I’m over on Sheila Hurst’s blog answering all her questions about Six Train. Revealing who inspired the character of Aunt Ines, why I wrote Six Train, and if I’m a believer.
Stop by and talk with us about Six Train, writing, and anything else that is on your mind.
There’s been a few things happening with my traditional publishing career so I thought I’d make a couple announcements:
(Author Note: Reckonings is a YA time travel murder mystery about a girl who accidentally time travels to solve a murder and ends up breaking a curse too.)
My agent, Lyndsay Hemphill, left agenting January 17th. ICM Partners still represents Reckonings and Victoria Marini is working on my behalf in the interim. She will handle subrights going forward.
It’s one of those rare things that does happen. But the Harlequin deal was almost completed before Lyndsay left so she left me in a good place and in good hands to see it through.
The contract with Harlequin for Reckonings has been finalized! I’ve signed and Harlequin’s signed!
I got invited to a Harlequin E author conference call in February to talk about the imprint’s vision and marketing strategies.
The fabulous Emmie Mears is also a Harlequin E author and I’m so excited we get to share this adventure together!
And lastly, thanks to my awesome web designer, Jian Chan, there is a new form on my website where you can sign up for author updates from me about future events, new releases, or giveaways!