Now that Artists are Weird but Writers are Crazy is officially available to buy, I wanted to share some books that have helped to inform my thinking.
While you may not agree with everything these authors have to say, these books may be an informative jumping off point to get you questioning assumptions and have your perceptions challenged or expanded to keep you sane in the crazy world of publishing.
Fifteen year old Josiah Catrall fears for his younger brother, Jerome.
Jerome admires someone Josiah considers dangerous.
But no one else seems to see the dangers that surrounds them.
So Josiah comes up with a plan to not only save his brother but face his own fears.
Dream of Me is now available in both eBook and print.
Get your copy here.
Eleven year old Jerome Catrall treasured his books.
They made him feel less alone. Allowed him to travel to other worlds. Helped him through his parents’ divorce. He could be brave.
Then, one day, they disappeared.
And in his search to find them, Jerome must not only confront the thief but his own fears.