I mentioned in a previous post that one of the things I was working on was the second part of The Desiccated. Today I'm excited to reveal the cover and blurb for it! I absolutely LOVE this cover. Marsha Keeney of MK Photography took amazing photos that really helped set the stage for the feeling I wanted the cover to have, while Najla Qamber of Najla Qamber Designs worked her magic to create the atmosphere needed to completely bring the cover to life. Together, the cover was able to become something that's exactly like a scene from the book and so much more than I could ever hope for. I'm so grateful to both of them for all their hard work!
Hey Everyone! I haven't been blogging for awhile and here's why: I'm in a rehabilitation center trying to get physical therapy for a lumbar fracture. I spent one month in the hospital and nearly four months here in rehab. I only have my laptop when my papa brings it in the afternoons so it isn't easy to get blogging done. The other reason is that this recovery isn't easy, and there's been many weeks where I've come close to losing hope. I didn't want to talk about that and no one likes a depressed author.
This past weekend I attended Once Upon a Book Author Signing in Frankenmuth, MI. It was my very first book signing as an author, and while I was extrememly nervous, I can honestly say that it was the best experience I've ever had! Read on for details about how my weekend went...
If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that my project for the last four years has been a book called The Desiccated. I think it’s the type of story that defies genre because it has elements of paranormal, sci-fi and contemporary. It hasn’t been easy to write, but I believe in the … Continue reading Why I Decided to Publish The Desiccated in Parts