14 December 2015

2015 in a nutshell

It's been a wild year for me and my family. It felt wild, anyway. I had a baby, landed a contract, wrote three novels, sent out countless queries (there's a graphic novel in there somewhere if I'm lucky) and planned a trip to Hawaii.

So while I wait for Christmas and my sister's wedding in Hawaii, I thought it would be a good time to take a look back at 2015. And since I'm writing this post with a 10-month-old on my lap, what better time to lean on photos?

 Burnaby, February

Burnaby, March

 Richmond, May

 Paddlewheel Park, June 

 Paddlewheel Park, June

 July = Contract for The Variant Conspiracy
with Soul Mate Publishing!
(setting sneak peeks below)

Victoria's Chinatown 
(In Irina's Cards, Book 1 of The Variant Conspiracy)

 Vancouver Island's wild western coast
(In Irina's Cards, Book 1 of The Variant Conspiracy)

 The Lion's Gate Bridge
(The Compendium, Book 2 of The Variant Conspiracy)

 North Vancouver, August

Shuswap Lake, September

Horseshoe Bay, November 

So that's 2015 in a nutshell for this eccentric thirtysomething mom-of-two. In 2016, look for covers from The Variant Conspiracy, my long awaited NA trilogy, and hopefully updates about another YA title and a MG graphic novel.