Is redemption possible for a fictional character who commits truly heinous crimes? The recent controversy over the Vivian Awards shows many people believe they can’t. But the real question is…What kind of redemption are we talking about?
I’m so excited to announce the official release date for the audiobook version of Where Daffodils Bloom! (Even if there’s a few hiccups in the process).
I’m guest posting today over at Kellyn Roth’s blog, sharing some tips on overcoming chronic writer’s block (and also quietly hinting that I might be starting another book)…
I’m so excited to share a few restored and colorized photos of the characters from “Where Daffodils Bloom.” Especially this beautiful portrait of Lily that was not discovered until after the book was published. So cool to see history in full color!
I’m honored to be featured on one of the top 100 book review blogs of 2019! Check out this glowing review of “Where Daffodils Bloom”!
When I set out to write “Where Daffodils Bloom” it was very important to me that I create a book that was not only entertaining and well-written, but also authentic and true.
And that’s partly because of one very BAD example…
My first really negative review was kind of traumatizing. Harsh critiques can be rough for a first-time authors. But here’s a few tips that helped me get over it and gain some perspective.
More than one reader has commented about the “gaps” in the story-line of Where Daffodils Bloom. In this post I explain why they had to be there (and also talk about an idea I have to fill in some of the holes).
Combine unexpected bestseller status with a long drive home on a dark, rainy night, and what do you get? A new understanding of what success really means.
…And an awful lot of frogs.