Exciting News

Why does good news always make me want to run away and hide somewhere? Must be those early childhood experiences that contribute to my ability to write while making the real world a bit of a challenge.

Anyway – today I have two exciting pieces of news to share.


Drum roll please – my novel, Disappearing in Plain Sight,  is now being previewed on the Friesen Press site and should be available for sale through them by Tuesday, March 5th. Just follow the words YIPPEE to have a look. The release date for Amazon will be two to five weeks later.

The second piece of news has to do with a writing contest I entered on the blog – Postcard, Poems, and Prose. I won an Honourable Mention for a short piece of fiction. The winners will be featured on the site during the month of March. I encourage you to check out this WordPress blog – it’s a very eclectic showcase of writing with interesting contests being offered most of the time. I’m really enjoying reading the work of the author’s they showcase on the site.

13 comments on “Exciting News

  1. Great news ~ congratulations! So happy for you!!!!!!!

  2. tracycembor says:

    Yippee indeed. Be sure you celebrate your success. It is wonderful to hear good news.

  3. Congratulations!!! I look forward to reading your book 🙂
    P.S. I’m still working on the Versatile Blogger thing… Thank you for the nomination!

  4. Very excited for you on BOTH counts. CONGRATULATIONS!!!

  5. Francis…I went to the site thinking I was going to get a glimpse of “Breaking Free”, but no, silly me, it’s not posted yet. So please do keep us in the loop. Can’t wait to read it!

  6. Gwen says:

    Great news on all counts. I love the cover – a beautiful piece of art. I’m going to hop on over to YIPPEE and have a look.

  7. oldmainer says:

    Wonderful news Congratulations.

  8. SJ Main says:

    Nice. Looking forward to your book.

  9. Christine Penhale says:

    What exciting news! Finally, after all of your hard work you are going to get to hold the finished product in your hands – what a huge accomplishment. Congratulations 🙂

  10. […] degree in Counselling Psychology and has worked as an educator, trauma counsellor and researcher. This is her first novel. Please visit her blog, disappearinginplainsight.com, to learn […]

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