I just spent my sixth anniversary as an author! Here is 6 of the things I learned from being an author for 6 years.
2020 might be a little daunting...but here's something we can both look forward to.
eARCs of my next poetry collection You Are Here is available on Netgalley!
This week, I'll be attending the Manila International Book Fair as panelist for From the Philippines to the World: Breaking Into International Publishing.
I spent my afternoon at Fully Booked to talk about my book, The Last Time I'll Write About You, had fun ~painting (let's use this word loosely) using Uni markers (which I might just hoard, because they're awesome!), and took some cool photos with Instax. All of this is a part of #AfternoonFeels, hosted by Fully Booked.
If you weren't able to attend my panel, Self-Publishing Your Poetry, at the Philippine Readers and Writers' Festival last August 25-27, 2017, it was announced that my first poetry collection, The Last Time I'll Write About You will be re-released and published by Andrews McMeel Publishing on January 2018. I've kept this a secret …
Hello! It's been a year since I released The Hometown Hazard. I remember writing this book; I was a bundle of nerves (because I chose to write a story with ~some mystery elements in it! Mystery! Why, Dawn, why?) and I was always close to setting it aside but at the same time, I couldn't seem …