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"Waiting for Keeper" Wednesday | Part Three: Meet Lainey Styles!

Hi everyone! Welcome back to another installment of "Waiting for Keeper" Wednesday! We are officially two months away from release day! I can't believe how close it is! Before we know it, Keeper is going to be out in the world! Ahhhhhh!!!! Actual footage of me: For today's post, I have something super exciting to share with you! I've been sitting on this for a while now, and I am so excited to finally be able to reveal it! Back in September, I decided I wanted to have sketches/portraits made for all of my characters. I thought it would be a super fun way to introduce them to the world! So, I commissioned one of my favorite artists to create my little Keeper darlings! The artist's name is Tar

"Waiting for Keeper" Wednesday | Part Two

Hi everyone! Welcome to another "Waiting for Keeper" Wednesday! Music is such a huge part of my process as a writer; I have to have music playing while I write, particularly if I'm writing a scene that's full of emotion. So today, I'm sharing with you some tidbits about the music that helped inspired Keeper! I find music to be incredibly inspiring, and like I mentioned above, it's something that I cannot live without. However, I'm a little bit picky about what kind of music I listen to during a writing session. Songs that contain lyrics/voices are distracting to me--I think it's because I'm a singer and I like to sing along! I also think it's because my brain doesn't like to multi-task and i

Author Mentor Match Wrap-Up

To all the AMM Hopefuls: Back in 2015, I participated in a writing contest called PitchWars. It was my very first contest--the first time I'd ever submitted my work for critique--and I remember how nerve-wracking the whole experience was for me. I obsessed over my email inbox, and I must have refreshed my twitter feed a hundred times a day. In the end, I wasn't chosen as a mentee (nor was I chosen the following year when I submitted again), but participating in PitchWars was such a rewarding experience for me. Why? Because I learned SO much about querying, about writing, and about how things work in the publishing industry. I will forever be grateful to PitchWars for that. I tell you that st

"Waiting for Keeper" Wednesday | Part One

Hi everyone!! We're a little over two months away from Keeper's release and I am so excited! I cannot wait to share this book baby of mine with all of you! To celebrate Keeper's upcoming book birthday, I thought it would be fun to do some sneak peeks, reveal some exclusive content, and share a little more about the book and the characters with you guys while we wait! So, I've decided to start a series of blog posts called "Waiting for Keeper" Wednesday! Each week, from now until release day, I'm going to be posting a new blog post featuring some extra special Keeper goodies! So let's get started! :) For this week's post, I wanted to give a little more insight into the look, feel, and emotion

GUEST POST: Advice for Teen Writers from a Fellow Teen Writer by Lucia Brucoli

Hey guys! I have a very special guest post for you today! As a young adult author, it's incredibly important to me to support young writers and help foster a positive and nurturing writing community in which they can thrive. Teen readers and writers have such strong voices, and they deserve a platform in which to be heard. So, when Lucia Brucoli, a young writer, reached out to me and asked to do a guest post here on my blog, I was thrilled. I hope to do more teen guest posts in the future! But enough of my babbling! Take it away, Lucia! :) One of my personal goals as a writer is to create a community of aspiring teen writers so we can support, encourage and help each other throughout our wri

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