Certain friendships reach a turning pointe. It's inevitable. Those friendships were never platonic from the start, but a shade of romantic that comes into sharper focus with time. And for Aly and Zed, their winter tour with the Philadelphia Ballet Company is that point(e) in time. Starting today, one chapter of TURNING POINTE will be posted … Continue reading Turning Pointe News!
I was tagged by the lovely E.G. Moore in this fun NaNoWriMo related blog hop. You can read her post here! I have a bit of a moral dilemma here because I'm not doing NaNo this year so I decided that I could do this for a book that I'm technically revising but is a … Continue reading The Liebster Award: 10 Questions about my WIP
Here we go! I'm doing a bloghop to meet a character--thank you to Candice Montgomery for letting me volunteer to be tagged 😉 Her awesome post is here. Today we're meeting Zed, one of the two main characters of SECOND POSITION and TURNING POINTE, the first two books of the District Ballet Company series that … Continue reading Meet My Character Bloghop!
'Careful fear and dead devotion' is a line from The National's Don't Swallow The Cap. The alternative title to this post is My friends are amazing, my agent and her team are brilliant, and you'll get it done, I promise. Today I emailed a Serenade/balletbook project to my editor and met my first deadline. Yay, fire … Continue reading On Careful Fear and Dead Devotion
I'm sure that everyone has that ONE question that they get asked all the time about their debut book (or maybe, for every book! I guess we'll find out!). For me, the conversation goes a little like this. Me: I wrote a romance about two ballet dancers after a horrible car accident and how they try … Continue reading So, Do You Dance?
“It is not that I'm so smart. But I stay with the questions much longer.” -Albert Einstein I was saying to a friend, Paul Krueger (go say hi to him on Twitter. He's pretty fantastic and his debut out from Quirk next year is going to be AMAZING), that I felt like my writing got … Continue reading All Roads Lead Somewhere: What My WIPs Taught Me
I KNOW RIGHT? This week I accepted an offer of representation from Louise Fury of The Bent Agency! She offered on my book SERENADE, a New Adult contemporary romance about ballet dancers (Yes, the one I summed up in this synopsis in gifs here) but that was actually the second book from me Louise had … Continue reading BREAKING NEWS: I Signed With An Agent!