It still seems hard for people to believe I’m not a new writer. Even though I’ve been writing my whole life and publishing for 10 years (TEN YEARS!) there remains a perception that I’m in some way “new.” New to the field. New to the craft. New to the social scene. New to marketing. And I am not. If people haven’t seen me before, that’s their fault. I’ve been steadily ticking away and have become more developed with each year.
Actually, by the end of the summer I hope to have 1 book published for each year. Not bad. And on a pace with most typical career authors. I don’t do the churning of several books a year normally. This year I’m working fast because a lot of the books weren’t presented right the first time. (Which might be one of the reasons people didn’t see they were there.) I’ve been accumulating a body of work and here’s the timeline on it.
After all of that is in order, I’ll work on new books. But you see I’ve definitely been producing steady work, once it’s organized in a way people can find. And I’ve certainly been on the scene for a while.
And there will be more updates.
7 books published and 3 more on the way. Farmer's daughter, LOTR fan, loves to read rather than talk about reading. Always has time to finish her WIP.