I think this book came up in my quest for romance novels that fit my exacting standards, but it’s not a romance book. I mean, there is romance. But the focus isn’t really on the love interest. It’s more a coming-of-age, hella relatable excellent read.
Y’all, I’m excited and a little nervous. Why, you might ask?
Because today we have our first-ever Guest Post! And, it’s someone I admire the heck out of and whose amazingness directly inspired me to apply to the William F. Deeck – Malice Domestic Grant for Unpublished Writers. She is also the first person I thought of when I realized I’d need help writing my acceptance speech, which is what she’s here to talk about today. (Thanks to her advice, my speech at Malice Domestic was lauded as “One of the best” and “so good!” and “I could tell you didn’t want to be up there, but you sounded great.’ )
For MISTI*Con this year, I snagged a precious, coveted spot in the Owl Post. In fact, I snagged two. The “Surprise!” group I’ll keep a secret, but I am so proud of this one and, it turns out, it’s not that difficult! Here’s how I made candles.