This week we got a big delivery of stair parts, learned to make frittatas, joined the Jacksonville Zoo and got a pretty personalized print for my son's room from Paper Steps. Week in Review: March 4 - 10 A big box of stairs was delivered this week! It's all in boxes because we got a … Continue reading Week in Review: Spiral Stairs, Making Frittatas, Back to the Zoo and Paper Steps
This week a book publisher contacted me after reading my blog. She was very interested and suggested possibly writing a children's book. Since I have been working on a book about my IVF experience and this would be a great way to get my foot in the door, I was totally doing the happy dance … Continue reading Is Hybrid Publishing My Best Option?
Writers always talk about their rejections, so this is nothing new. You always read about famous authors collecting stacks of rejection letters and postcards, maybe even hanging them on the wall for inspiration. But as someone who only recently starting sending out queries and submitting articles, it is new for me. And in these days you … Continue reading Writing Rejection – How It Can Be a Positive Thing
A good way to hold yourself accountable while trying to accomplish something is to be public about it, so I started the year by announcing I was writing a book about my IVF experience. We are six months into the year and I've actually made some progress! I finally wrote my intro and got some … Continue reading Holding Myself Accountable – Book Progress
I just saw on another blog that this weekend ends National Infertility Awareness Week. I had been planning on writing something for it, since I struggled for seven years off and on trying to conceive. Heck, I've even been planning to write a book about my experience since I blogged the entire thing in my … Continue reading From Infertility Blogger to Author, the First Step is the Hardest