When I was sixteen, the boy I liked told me I could never win the biggest scouting event in the country. Not without him. So, I formed a ragtag group of six and we beat groups of thirty to win.
When I was in college, my Dean told me I would never graduate without his help. I graduated from another college three weeks later.
My department head in college said I was too heavy to be a dancer and would never work in show business. I’ve been a professional performer for seven years.
And this week, my publisher closed its doors not even two months before my book The Tethering was set to release. It was a hard blow. I had just finished ordering my swag, and suddenly I have no publisher. But I do have the rights to my book. I do have a wonderful cover. And I do have all of you. I’m still working on a plan right now. I have queries out to a few publishers, asking if they would like to adopt my little book. I have also decided to contact a few agents. And if all else fails, I will self publish The Tethering.
Through my experience with Entranced, I have met some wonderful authors and editors. I have learned an immense amount about the publishing process. And most importantly, I have gained the confidence I need to move forward with The Tethering, even if I have to do it on my own.
I can’t wait for all of you to read my book. And one way or the other, it will be published soon. So stay tuned for more updates and adventures!