It started with a question, with an outline.
The next day, I began to write.
Three months later, the book was complete.
A week after that, the first six chapters desperately needed to be written.
A month after that, I began to edit.
A month later, I sent it to two beta reads (and besties).
Then I revised.
Three weeks later, I wrote a query.
And sent a few queries.
Three weeks and phone calls and exciting contracts later, I signed with Best Agent Ever (Suzie).
Who loved the story and characters as much as I did.
And made it the best it could possibly be.
A year ago, if you'd asked me if I would be here experiencing this, living one of my largest dreams, working with some incredible people . . . my brain would have quite possibly exploded.
I am so thankful. So, so incredibly thankful. The road to publishing is like a journey, but some of the best parts are the people and experiences and adventures you get to have along the way. I wouldn't trade it for anything else in the entire world.