An advance thank you to fellow author and blogger Sandra J. Jackson, who will feature yours truly on her blog November 9th. How exciting is that? (For me, very!)
In kind, I’d like to provide the same for this talented five-star writer.
Sandra’s debut novel Promised Soul—a tale of love that “transcends time and place”—was initially released in 2015. Since then, she’s published short stories and sports articles, and has a couple more books under her belt: Playing in the Rain and Catching Butterflies. Currently, she’s editing Books 2 and 3 of the Escape Series, her first trilogy.
Her impressive, visually attractive site showcases reviews and interviews, news and events, as well as her books and related [very nice] merchandise. If you click on the “More” tab, you won’t be able to enter as you need to be a member; this has me quite curious. <LOL>
Sandra’s creativity extends beyond telling stories and writing. As a Graphic Design graduate, she also draws and paints. Born in Montreal Quebec, she’s lived in rural Ontario with her husband and children for a number of years.
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I'm primarily a writer of fiction and blog posts, and a sometimes editor and proofreader of books, manuals, and film/television scripts. Fact-checking and researching, organizing and coordinating are skills and joys (I enjoy playing detective and developing structure). My fiction audience: lovers of female-sleuth mysteries. My genres of preference: mysteries (needless to say), women’s fiction, informative and helpful “affirmative” non-fiction.
So-o, here I am, staring up a new blog for aspiring and established e-Book writers. The plan: to share the (long) journey of getting to this stage, and share "learnings" and "teachings". There's a lot I hope to accomplish with this blog, but it may be a while before that happens as there's a lot on the ol' plate - taking care of Mom, working full-time, and attempting to get another book in the Triple Threat Investigation Agency series written (never mind blog postings and other writing projects).
It's very challenging and it's all good. As I like to say: teeny focused baby steps are just as effective as long forceful strides. It may take a little longer, but we will get there.
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