"The Call" Guest Post

Hello, lovely people! I'm sorry I've been MIA around the blogosphere lately. I'm finally in the last stretch of my pregnancy (ONE MORE MONTH! WOOHOO!), which means, lots of doctor appointments and naps. The fun part about having an excuse to put my feet up is that I get to READ a lot of books! Just this past week, I finished 3 YA books and I'm halfway through the 4th one. :D

The bun in the oven is almost ready!!

Reading always makes me happy. *happy sigh*

Anyway, a lovely blogger friend, Michelle Hauck of Michelle4Laughs--It's In The Details, asked me to write a guest post for her blog series, Getting The Call. If you're not sick of me gushing about how I landed my super fabulous literary agent, Julia A. Weber, head on over there to get the scope on my neurotic email checking, where my "fairly new" writing cave is located (hint: where the snacks are), and why you need writer friends who won't bat an eyelash if you start emailing them frantically because you don't know what to do next.


E.B. Black said...

I didn't know you were pregnant. Congratulations! A lot of new things happening in your life!

Please let us know how being a writer differs after having a baby. I would like to have children someday as well, but am worried, honestly, that my career will suffer because of it and would like to know how you balance everything.

Jemi Fraser said...

You are so cute!!! Time will just fly for the next few weeks!

Off I go to Michelle's :)

J. A. Bennett said...

Look at you, ready to pop! I'm so looking forward to being that big *not*

Reading time is the best isn't it? I need to find some more of that in my schedule :)

Leigh Covington said...

You look SO CUTE! Exciting to be coming to the end of it. Nothing like holding a newborn in your arms! :) I'm off to check out your guest post!

Anonymous said...

You deserve to be spoiled! Read on and enjoy the time that you can kick your feet up.

Lynda R Young said...

I imagine you won't have much time to read once the baby is born ;)
Best wishes for the birth

Rachna Chhabria said...

You deserved to be spoilt and given lots of TLC. Catch up with all your reading, as after the baby is born it will be pretty hectic for you. Hugs!

Lydia Kang said...

Going to stop by. I love happy agent stories! And you are such a beautiful preggers lady!

Lexa Cain said...

Your life must be so exciting right now. Congrats on all the good news -- a baby and an agent. Wow! I write YA Horror, but haven't heard about AQC... I'll have to go hunting for it.

Leslie Pugh said...

Good luck with the rest of your pregnancy! I'm off to check out that interview now!

Anonymous said...

I had no idea. Congratulations!

I'll check out the link.

Oh, and I have a blog award for you.

Cherie Reich said...

Yay for reading books time!

Off to read the guest post. :)

Liz Fichera said...

That was a great guest post! :) Congratulations!!!

Andrea Teagan said...

You are on the last month, woo hoo! Congrats on landing an awesome agent as well. That is a lot of good news :)


Emily R. King said...

One more month! Yay! Lookin' good, hot mama. :)

Wendy Lu said...

Aww, Precy that is so exciting!!! Ahh I am so happy for you! I did not know you were going to be introducing a new member of your family soon. :) I bet you are so ready haha. I'll be sure to check out your guest post!

By the way, I'm hosting an awesome blogfest and critique giveaway at my blog from June 22-24 if you're interested! :) Hope you have a great day - stay healthy and take care!

~Wendy Lu

The Roarin' Twenties Poetry Blogfest + Chapter Critique Giveaway (hosted by The Red Angel)

Shallee said...

We must be due with our babies within a few days of each other! You are adorably pregnant. :) I'll head on over to check out your other post!

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