Back in October I posted thirty writing prompts for the month of November.
I can’t believe how that one thing has helped propel me this year. Every day I showed up and wrote something new. Now I’m using those stories to help me determine what to release this year.
The first story is already published!
Princess Winnabelle and the Missing Jewels released last week.
Amazon Book Description:
Perfect for little princesses that believe a hero can be fierce, fun, and fancy!
All is well in the magical Land of Five Lagunas…until a stubborn little mouse moves in.
In this modern fairy tale, the sweet and spunky Princess Winnabelle doesn’t have time to worry if her fancy dress gets dirty. She is busy learning lessons that will make her a leader one day.
When Kya Mouse ruins the peace and tries to take over the throne in the magical Land of the Five Lagunas, Winnabelle gets to practice her creative problem-solving and smart negotiation skills.
The sweetest bedtime story you’ll read all year! Girls 3-8yrs. adore this fairy tale, and parents can’t help but fall for it too.
But will that be enough to save the day?
Is this really a job for a little princess?!
Find out now.
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My plan is to publish three books this year, and I love having a backlog to pick from. Come November, I plan to do this exact challenge again.
Was it hard to show up every day and fit in it? Yes.
I had to get creative. Not just in the writing, but in the ‘how’ of fitting it in.
One day it was over voice memo as I drive back from Vegas.
Anther day it was on a plane while traveling for Thanksgiving.
Some days it was at 6 a.m. before the kids woke,
and many days it was while they were running around shouting at the top of their lungs (one of their favorite activities).
But in thirty days I wrote thirty stories.
And less than six months later, I am holding a printed copy in hand.
Want to hear it read out loud? Check it out Here!
Or, you can grab your own copy of Amazon Here🙂 Share it with your Princess tonight.