dreamed of in a match. Then in person, I was bored nearly to
tears from her because she was awkwardly quiet.
So when I find an agent who basically describes my book in
what they're looking for and I'm told it ultimately wasn't for
them, I totally get what they're saying and move on.
And just because I thought that girl didn't have a
personality, doesn't mean someone else didn't fall in-love
with her mute ass.
Plus, unlike her, my work is fun and enjoyable. Despite the
fact that I've had a dozen agent rejections now, I know
someone will fall in-love. Got to keep my head up is all.
That's from my Facebook page.
Right now I'm pitching two
One's a new adult suspense/thriller. It's
on the thirteenth draft and has been edited by three pros.
The manuscript also won a contest. The prize was an actor
reading an excerpt on Youtube. Here's the first chapter
The other novel is my grandmother's memoir fused with
a romance she inspired me to write.