I want to personally thank everyone who came out to my book release party. Most of you all know that I had just returned from a convention in Vegas, and our son was in the hospital while I was out of town. Our children also started school last week, so things were pretty much chaotic around here. I was worried everything would fall apart, but the party was a success. Trader Joes saved me when it came to last-minute food, and everyone was filled with smiles. Not only did I get to meet some new people, I got to visit with others I have not seen for a while. Before writing took over my life, I often hosted parties, and I really miss doing that.
The support I have received from other authors, friends, and family has been much more than expected, and I could not have done any of this without y’all.
I hope you enjoy Unexpected Metamorphosis. I am eager to get the next book in the series out, and the intense writing will begin this week. I am working for a spring release of book two and the related novella.
Once again, thank you for your amazing support. The people I have met over the past few weeks and the responses they have given after reading my work has given me a lot to smile about. As with every writer or artist, we sometimes doubt what we do. I’ve had days like that. Then I remind myself of all the positive feedback I’ve received, and my doubt is pushed away.
Meet Hollie and Brandon Lytle. Hollie is an amazing photographer outside of Atlanta, and you can learn more about her work by clicking here.
I am very blessed to live in a friendly neighborhood. This is Laura and Shawna, two of my sweet and lovely neighbors.
The new camera we were using is definitely not a good one.
It was Brandon Lytle’s idea to take a photo on the stairs, and it worked perfectly to fit us all in. Thanks Brandon!