Andrea Patten summed it up best when she said I've been living a "hair on fire" schedule lately. And, it's true. Life has been insane (in a good way, of course). This post (and the next few that will follow) is long overdue.
Amelia Island Book Festival last month. This was my second consecutive year attending the festival as a featured author. There, I taught four (yes, count 'em four) writing workshops:
Word Nerds: How to Start a Successful Writing Group
Professional Eavesdropping and Other Ways to Create Dynamic Dialogue
Not Enough Hours in the Day: Finding Time to Write
You Think You Know Us?: Writing Authentic YA Fiction
Amelia Oceanfront Bed and Breakfast (our wonderful hosts for the weekend). It's a charming place to stay with a to-die-for ocean view, delicious food (they spoiled us each morning with a homecooked breakfast), and a down home feel that you don't experience elsewhere.
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