Ahem. Thank you for your attention. This post is to inform you, my lovely followers, that NOVELARNIA HAS MOVED.
(Wow, sorry, thought I was done with the cap locks… but nope, they just threw themselves back out there. >.> )
I’ve started a literary coaching business with my good friend, Courtney! As such, Novelarnia have been relocated to our business website. (Clever, huh? 😛 ) It will still feature all the same great content, and NOW I’ll be posting at a much more regular rate. That’s because NOW I’m getting paid for it. Heck yesssss.
Our new website is called POV Your Novel, and it’s located HERE.
Hey, folks!! So, SO sorry for the ages long break I took. I was focusing pretty heavily on writing my last novel, then querying my last novel, and before I blinked it was April and it’s been like three months since my last update. Oops.
This is a PSA that my blog is taking a slightly different approach! It’s been brought to my attention that one of my passions is, hands-down, connecting with unpublished, unrepresented writers on Twitter. After all, they’re just like me! 😀 The support system I’ve seen through various hashtags is nothing short of incredible, and I want to spotlight that on my blog for a while.
So, with the exception of a few guest posts here and there (one coming next week by the fabulous Annette), I’ll be posting interviews with writers I meet on Twitter, and my personal opinion of the querying process we’re all undergoing. 🙂
If you have any blog posts you’d love to see, or if you want to be one of the first people I interview, please let me know! You guys rock my socks.
Okay, folks! Sorry for my sabbatical, but life got busy. 😛 Let’s take a break from writing to talk about life, huh?
I’ve always been an optimist. That’s no secret to anyone who knows me. What they don’t know is that for the last 6 months, I’ve been slipping in and out of depression. It ranged anywhere from feeling dissatisfied all the time to sobbing in the airplane lavatory while working.
So, I’ve been thinking a lot about the differences between Young Adult vs. Middle Grade. Mostly because I want my new novel, Harbinger, to be MG. But as I’m a YA reader and writer, figuring out how to switch to a younger audience is tough! Continue reading “YA vs. MG”→
Aaand we’re back! Sorry, guys, but I updated too frequently with those DFWCon posts. It drove me a little crazy. But the last few weeks have been a good break, so now I’m ready to wrap up what I learned back in April.