It’s official: I am no longer a 20-something. Yesterday, I turned 30. I don’t feel any different (yet) but I expect any minute now I’ll magically transform into a more mature not-so-young lady. You know, a real grown-up.

Yeah right. 🙂

Anyway, it’s been a while since I’ve posted, so here’s a few highlights:

  • I have a job. Let me say that again. I HAZ JOB. (Whew, I was getting a little worried for a bit there, too!). I’m now the Audience Development Manager at the Phoenix Symphony—wish me luck!
  • We adopted a second pug! Meet Milo (if you haven’t already…) 
  • For some reason, the folks at WEbook.com really liked my submission package for GLOW—so much so, that they’re using my query letter as an example of what to do since I’ve had a 20% request rate. They’re making me blush!
  • Also making me blush is the overwhelmingly positive feedback I’ve received on my query and sample pages for THE GHOST WRITER. I was prepared for them to be ripped to shreds by betas and critique buddies, but instead everyone seems to like it. A lot.
  • And I’m finally making some serious headway on my next book – CONFESSIONS OF A TEENAGE CYBORG. I have to do something while waiting for my beta readers to get back to me!
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