Reviews! Reviews! Reviews!

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I got a whole slew of recent reviews, so rather than shout them out daily and look like I’m totally full of myself, I’ll link them all here.

Thanks so all these great bloggers for reading! And reviewing!

Adventures in Writing’s Review of TRAVELER

Betwixt These Pages’ Review of TRAVELER

The Lit Buzz’s Review of TRAVELER

And an excerpt featuring the real star of the book: Glitter Mousse!!

Loves Great Reads Features An Excerpt From TRAVELER

My First Book Signing – And I Had A Blast!

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That’s me!

That’s actually me, doing a reading from my book! The book that I wrote! The one on the shelves! (I know I’m babbling, but it still seems a bit surreal.)

I had my first author event on Friday at Towne Book Center, with a terrific crowd and delicious glittery cake pops and the best damn coffee of my life!

Special thanks to the staff at Towne Book Center who were warm and welcoming – they also extended an invitation to their Young Writer’s Group, so I had a few of their members in attendance as well. They asked the best questions! Continue reading

Tidbit Tuesday: Jessa Asks Finn About His Past

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In my YA novel, TRAVELER, Jessa has just learned she has the ability to travel through mirrors into other realities, where she steps into other versions of herself. In this scene, Finn – a fellow Traveler – has taken her through the mirror to an excessively sparkling reality for her first taste of Glitter Mousse. Jessa does her best to pry into his mysterious past . . .


“So you’re not from here?”

“Here?” Finn glances around at the shining chrome and sparkling chandeliers of glittery Mugsy’s.

“There,” I qualify. “Back where I’m from. You’re not from my reality.”

“No.” He looks uncomfortable.

“Do you know me, where you’re from?”

“I did.” Continue reading

Check Out The Beth’s Bookcase Podcast Interview Of Yours Truly

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A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to be interviewed by the charming Beth Ashley, who’s a podcaster, publisher, and writer in her own right in the U.K. for her podcast on “Beth’s Bookshelf.”

We had a fun and in-depth discussion on the things that make a writer, the issues of diversity and disability in literature, and all the things that make TRAVELER a really adventurous read (that brings in all the feels).

Check out the podcast here.

And thank you, Beth Ashley – let’s do this again sometime!