Everyone thinks Emily Morris died on 9/11. In reality, she’s in California, living with her daughter under an assumed identity. Fourteen years later, she’s forced to deal with her past, the choices she made, and the people she left behind.
I spent most of this past weekend thinking about my second novel. My plan is to submit synopses and sample chapters for a few novels I’ve written over the last several years, along with some new ideas, to my agent and publisher in the near-ish future. When I created this plan, it sounded reasonable, but — Read More
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