A few months ago, I posted about two very exciting things. The first, I elaborated in my post—I got to see my name in print in the byline of an article on the front page. The second? Well, I kept the second a secret. But it’s been long enough and I’m ready to share. Without further ado, I give you…
…my release date.
My debut Young Adult Fantasy titled A THOUSAND YEARS TO WAIT is scheduled for publication in April. That’s right. On April 30th, 2019, you’ll be able to purchase a copy of my book.
Stay tuned for additional teasers, including reviews, excerpts, and cover art in the coming months!
Summary for A THOUSAND YEARS TO WAIT
Prophecies are meant to unfold on their own—they can’t be forced into fruition. Or can they? When a war-torn kingdom is on the cusp of falling to a usurping general, a young healer who doesn’t believe in magic is called upon to help a prophecy transpire. She must embrace the magic…or lose the ones she loves.
My sink is full of dirty dishes, my dishwasher full of clean. The laundry needs to be moved to the dryer and the carpets could certainly use a vacuum. But I am a writer waiting on betas. Which means I must refresh my email exactly 12,483 times a day to see if anyone has left me feedback.
Yes, I know I have a problem. And yes, going on submission is far worse. I understand.
But none of this stops me from wandering the house listlessly, contemplating my own existence.
It probably goes without saying, but I love books. And if you’re a writer, it’s a good bet that you do, too. It’s hard for me to keep up with the constant stream of fantastic new releases, so I leave that job up to my friend Shanah, the Bionic Book Worm.
If you haven’t checked out her website, do it now! And follow her on Twitter, where she announces book giveaways and shares random book fun! Shanah reads and reviews a lot of Young Adult fiction, but don’t be fooled into thinking that Young Adult novels are meant only for Young Adults to read. In fact, the target YA audience is usually adult women. (Did you know that?) Books fall into a YA category primarily due to the ages of their main characters.
But don’t worry if YA isn’t your “thing.” Shanah also reviews plenty of other age categories and genres and loves to share Random Bookish Thoughts that any reader can enjoy. Shanah may actually be one of the few people I know who I can say with 100% certainty reads more than I do, so when she reviews a book, she’s usually got a pretty good idea what’s going on, what she can compare it to, and how worthy it is of her praises. I trust her recommendations, no questions asked!
So, what are you waiting for? Why are you still on my blog? Check out Shanah’s website and start checking off a list of ‘Want to Reads’ on Goodreads!