I’ve heard it said the only constant is change, a saying most often attributed to the Greek philosopher Heraclitus.
The older I get, the more I agree with the saying.
The year 2012 holds significant changes for me.
I’m the mother of a full-fledged adult. Our one and only turned 21 on New Year’s Day, and she now has all the rights and responsibilities of adulthood. I feel
Another change took place on January 1st. My agent, Rachelle Gardner, left WordServe Literary and moved to Books & Such Literary. I’ve chosen to follow her.
Making that decision was challenging. I made many wonderful friends while I was with WordServe. Not only that, but I have great respect for the president, Greg Johnson.
While leaving WordServe saddens me, I’m excited to be joining the Books & Such family. A number of clients at the agency are my friends. Plus Books & Such is in my home state of California less than three hours from where I live.
A third change, a rather exciting one for me, is that my debut novel will be published in 2012. I’ll be receiving my edits this month and am looking forward to incorporating my editor’s suggestions. My book appeared for pre-order on Amazon and Barnes and Noble this past week, too. It’s really happening.
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What changes are you anticipating this year?