You homeschool? And you wrote a novel?
A few years ago, when one of our children was small and not sleeping through the night, I really began to show signs of strain. Looking back, I’m quite sure I was experiencing some symptoms of post-partum depression. My husband decided to invest in our marriage by giving me one morning a week to myself to do something I enjoyed: write.
Out of those “writing mornings,” a novel was born. Our circumstances have changed, and we haven’t always been able to fit the writing mornings into our weekly routine, but I’ve learned to find other moments to sit and write.
My first novel, After the Snow Falls was first released in 2011. It is available for Kindle in print format, and in audiobook format. For reviews and additional information, visit www.afterthesnowfalls.com.
or watch the trailer below:
- How to Write a Novel in Under Seven Years
- Big News: After the Snow Falls in Audiobook
- Wordful Weekend: A Revelation
- Becoming a More Productive Writer
- Writing When the Muse is on Strike
- Pantser or Plotter?
- Advice to New Writers
- Wordful Weekend
- Release Day!
- What’s Your Favorite Snow Memory?
- An Update
- NaNoWriMo 2012
- Making Time for Writing
- Cover Unveil
- Inspiration for Young Writers
- Grateful for Grace
- Blog Talk Radio with Giovanni Gelati
- Show & Tell
- Guest Post at My Only Vice
- Big Day
- September 3 in 30, Week 4
- The Revision Process
- September 3 in 30, Week 3
- Writer’s Conference Blessings, Part 3
- Writer’s Conference Blessings, Part 2
- Writer’s Conference Blessings, Part 1
- August 3 in 30 (Week 2)
- The One-Sheet
- August 3 in 30, Week 1
- August 3 in 30
- July 3 in 30 Week 4
- Revision Schedule
- July 3 in 30 Week 3
- July 3 in 30
- Entering the world of Twitter
- No words