Thursday, June 6, 2013

Writing Life after Babykins

I love baby toes!

Roughly nine months ago, I decided to take a break from writing. My little one was born recently. Cute and healthy! My writing projects have taken a backseat for a bit, it has been difficult setting time aside for them.

I did manage to update my website with a handful of books coming soon! I created the covers for them (below). Can you see my daughter and her friend in Hidden? It was fun taking it! As for RockStar and Eros, those took me about 3 house a piece. Kursed was also accepted by PDMI Publishing--the cover which I created a few weeks ago took me over 12 hours as I had documented it for prosperity's sake! I will reveal that soon!

PDMI has also hired me as their in-house illustrator! Yay! So excited. Also wondering how I'll manage to keep up with a new baby ...

My current project is to finish my YA inspirational, Baby's Breath (I plan to use my baby and teengirl as covermodels!)--about a young girl who finds herself  unexpectedly pregnant. She hides her growing belly and becomes terrified as desperation blinds her. My love for babies has spurred me to write this and it is my intention for my royalties to assist Project Cuddle in their goal for rescuing unwanted babies. I'm really excited about this and hope to find time to write this in between baby and hyper kids at home before the upcoming school year arrives!

What are your projects? I'd love to hear how you accommodate your love of writing!


  1. Awwww your baby's toes are adorable!! All the best with your current wip - and what a great cause you are supporting! Your children are gorgeous models! Take care

  2. You've been busy while you've been away! Cool you're doing artwork for the publisher now.

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  7. Realized I hadn't heard from you in a while, and now I see why! Yeah, I remember baby toes like that, but they soon grow up :)

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  8. Love those baby toes! Wonderful covers!
    Congrats on becoming an illustrator, and working so hard on all your projects!
    I get my writing in before my kids wake up, or when they are busy with activities.


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