Summer is officially here, and I am outside as much as possible. I just turned in a manuscript on June 1, submitted a proposal for something new last week, and now I’m turning my efforts towards mulching… and also maybe dipping my toes into some non-fiction.
I have a ton – and I mean that, they’re weighable – of appearances scheduled in the fall and will be updating my site soon with all of those venues. I tend to keep my summer light, but that doesn’t mean the podcast and blog go dark.
Today’s episode features Jessica Strawser, editor of Writer’s Digest, and author of ALMOST MISSED YOU, which was named to the March 2017 Barnes & Noble Best New Fiction List. Jessica joins host Mindy McGinnis to talk about how her career in journalism led to a position at Writers Digest, and how that informs her fiction writing, as well as her novel, ALMOST MISSED YOU, which deals with miscommunication in relationships, the all-encompassing love of motherhood, and the question of if we truly know our significant other.