Television often makes writing look like a romantic and fairly easy process. The author sits in front of her laptop, dreamily stares into space for two seconds, and then takes to typing away with such speed she's got the audience going cross-eyed. In the next scene, said writer is shaking hands with a literary agent who's telling her she's just inked a multi-million dollar book deal. That is not how writing works. Completing only one chapter of one book takes courage, and writing an entire book often requires years of intense focus, sacrifice, and tears. Just ask Kristy Hall.
Here's what Kristy Hall had to say about her path to publication:
But instead of resting on her laurels and waiting to be noticed, Kristy's pitching her work to agents while simultaneously self-publishing on her own. To support her work and learn more about her path to publication, check out Kristy's website here.