With only weeks to go until my second book is published, I can't help but reminisce a little bit about my journey these past few years, especially since I'm also being asked by other people what feels different this time around. So I wanted to share what it feels like to publish a book.
Taking a social media hiatus for part of the summer opened up extra space for reading. In case you’re looking for new book to tote to the beach before the seasons change, here are some of the wonderful titles I’ve finished. Here are some of the wonderful books I’ve finished.
Over Easter weekend my parents were visiting, so we packed up the car (dog included) for a family trip to Asheville. This mountain town has been on my list to visit ever since we decided to make the move to North Carolina, and I’m already scheming up ways to get ourselves back there soon. Read on for more of the books I’ve recently finished reading.
I have a whole theory about writing that involves doing it in margins—short windows of time that add up to a whole lot and over the past few months, I’ve tweaked some things in my schedule and discovered ways to carve out time for reading in the margins, too. Here’s what I’ve learned so far.
It’s the beginning of March and I’ve already read nine books, which means if I keep up the cadence I’ll blow past my 2019 reading goal in no time. Here are a few of the titles that I’ve been enjoying this winter.