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Insecure? Trying Not To Be!

There's always light at the end of the tunnel, right? It's going to happen one day. Keep your chin up! Keep writing! Keep hoping!

It's going to happen!!!

That's my cheer for the month. You know, one of these days, you're going to come to visit me, and you're going to find me shouting for joy, sharing my good news.

Until then, I"m going to keep writing. This month, it's Camp Nano writing month. So I'll be working on my WIP I started last month.

I've started a new intern position at Justice Literary, and will soon be an agent!! I'm so excited about this new chapter in my life.

Look for great changes on the blog, and keep your fingers crossed for me. It's going to be a fabulous summer:)

Until next time, be happy, you beautiful guys and dolls!!

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    1. It's going to be an AMAZING adventure and I'm so excited!

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    1. Thanks, Alex. I love Camp Nano! I've done it every year for several years in a row, I don't always finish, but i do try and write every day during the month.

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  3. What a wonderful cheerful post! I will be at camp this month too. I've always loved summer camp.. :) Good luck!

    Happy IWSG Day!
    AJ Lauer
    an IWSG co-host

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    1. Thanks, and good luck to you too!! I love camp, too, and always enjoy creating a new project. Real camp was a blast! I loved everything about it!

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  4. It sounds as if you have a great chapter ahead. Congratulations.

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