My debut middle-grade novel, GLORY BE, turned one year old in January. Along with toasting the year's awesomeness, I pondered what I've learned. Miraculously, somebody asked me to write about it.
Thank you, Chuck Sambuchino and Writers Digest, for giving me an opportunity to share.
Because what good is learning something if you keep it to yourself?
Any other tips from fellow debut authors about navigating your first year? Or those of you who remember your own very first book?