Tag Archives: Driven

On Writing for Teenage Boys

Good news! I approved Getting Sideways for paperback publication on Friday, so it should be available on Barnes and Noble by mid-March, and Amazon a week or two after that. I’m almost halfway through my revisions to Driven, and hope … Continue reading

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Publishing and Promotional Updates

As you’ve probably noticed, I’ve been mostly absent from the blogging scene lately, other than to feature books by some of my fellow YA authors. There’s a good reason for that. My friend McKenzie McCann blogged about something she calls … Continue reading

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M, N, and O, by Jess DeLand

Our guest blogger today is Jess DeLand. She’s the protagonist of Driven and Redline, and as you might have figured out from the last post, Cody’s girlfriend. Jess loves cars and she’s a damn good mechanic, but she’s had trouble … Continue reading

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I Made it to Hollywood!

I am now an agented author. On February 12th I signed with Lina Sion of Global Literary Management who will represent my YA novel, Driven. I got “The Call” on Groundhog Day, which is interestingly coincidental. Groundhog Day is a … Continue reading

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I’m Baaaaaaaaack!

Forgive me cyberspace, for I have sinned. It has been six months since my last blog post. I’ve had plenty to keep me busy during that time, including heading up the committee for my 25-year high school reunion, enduring a … Continue reading

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The Value of a Writing Community / My Writing History

I started writing when I was 13, and for years I did it pretty much in a vacuum. Oh, I had a few confidants that I’d show my stuff to, like Damon, my best friend in high school.  But I … Continue reading

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