I quit teaching in May. There you have it.
With eleven years of writing under my belt, and ten picture book, middle-grade, YA manuscripts circulating out there in the world, I’ve saved one year of pay and am jumping into writing full-time. Nothing has sold. No one has signed me. Am I crazy?
Maybe, but I’m really excited, too.
I wish I had your gumption! If only I had the courage to drop it all and do it full time. Kudos for you! 🙂
I feel sorry for may b because she had to get her own shelter,food and water IF SOME ONE WILL BLOG ME BACK I WOULD BE HAPPY TO SEE THAT SOME ONE READED MY BLOG.
yes i agree with you because i am just like her i am quite and i have readed the book it is the bom and feel really sorry for MAY B.
So glad you liked it, Kristian!
Jody Hedlund says
Caroline! Wow! That sounds so incredbily exciting! You certainly don’t have anything to loose by giving it a try!! What a wonderful opportunity! I wish you the very best! And welcome to the blogging world!
Caroline Starr Rose says
Jody and Stef,
Welcome, and thanks for the support!
WHAT DO YOU MEAN WE ARE SUPSOT TO BE RIGHT ADOUT THE BOOK MAY B I BON”T GET IT BUT I HAVE READ THE BOOK MAY B AND IT IS THE BEST BOOOK AND I WOULD GIVE UP BY NOW
Woo-hoo! Happy to have you in the blogosphere.
Sandy Carlson says
Welcome to the world of writing and waiting.
Im so jealous! I’m about to do the opposite. After dragging out my undergrad degree for as long as humanly possible, I finally graduate in Nov. Husband has made it clear that until I start making money from my writing I’ll have to get a full-time job. Sigh.
That’s awesome though!
HI WELL NICE TO HAVE SOME ONE TO TALK TO ADOUT BOOKS BECAUSE THEY ARE FUN TO GET IN TO AND PREND THat we are that person