Posts Tagged ‘Tune in Tomorrow’
1.19.23 Why ‘where do you get your ideas’ is such a strange question to ask writers
Today on Facebook, this photo popped up in my memories section: It’s from the SFF convention Arisia, which I attend pretty much every year, in 2017. While I’m blanking on the author on the left (my apologies, I’ll fix that if I remember her name, because she’s awesome) (edit: It’s Heather Albano, thanks!), the others…Read More
12.01.22 How to be your very best mango? Tune in … to this video!
Are you your best mango? Well, Tune in Tomorrow, which has now been out since August, will explain everything about how you (or at least its lead character Starr) can embrace your inner mango! Mangoes are the best of all the fruits, and years ago I came up with a little song to sing as…Read More
08.16.22 Meet the Pro: Rebecca LaChance, the audiobook narrator giving ‘Tune in Tomorrow’ a brand new dimension
Tune in Tomorrow is my debut novel, but I’m not the only person associated with it making a debut: The delightful woman narrating the audiobook is also narrating her first novel by taking it on! Rebecca LaChance was presented to me by my publisher as one of three potential narrators for the audiobook. I immediately…Read More
03.9.22 ‘Tune in Tomorrow’: Book cover evolution — and reveal!
Writing a book is hard. Getting a book published is harder. But every step along the way – which seem to come after long-anticipated silences, punctuated by lurching bursts of activities – is pretty exciting, because each step allows you to remember all over again: I have a book being published. By people who don’t…Read More
7.06.21 In which I can finally say: I have a fracking book contract
I’ve been writing fiction, quite literally, for most of my life. Decades. Hundreds and thousands of words, some better placed than others, some telling a story and some wandering off into the weeds. And today, I get to say for the first time officially: I have signed a contract to get my novel, Tune in…Read More