July 2014

6 posts

I’ve been listening to the first 25 chapters of the Phantom’s Dance audio book. The narrator sent them to me so I could let her know what I think. Well, I haven’t got a clue how to tell her what I think. It’s awesome! Absolutely. Awesome. And, yes, awesome is an overused word, but so is surreal, …
  When I started making author school visits I noticed how kids tend to idealize an author’s life. They put them on a pedestal and imagine them cranking out a book a month, traveling to exotic places, and raking in the cash. So I’ve composed a list (a partial list, mind you) of things a …
This week the fabulous folks at We Live and Breathe Books have graciously allowed me a platform to share a little more about creating a modern day phantom. Stop by and check out the article and their gorgeous website.    
Phantom’s Dance has been on blog tour with Xpresso Book Tours this week. And once I got past the jitters of the first few days, what some of the bloggers were saying about reworking/rewriting a classic started to sink in. So I thought I’d jot down some of the things that led to my interpretation …
I’ve been waiting for this day for 4 months. The Lesa Howard side of me has anyway. The PHANTOM’S DANCE Expresso Book Tour started today and runs through this week. This is where the rubber meets the road, when people who are not related to me will be reading and reviewing PHANTOM’S DANCE. I’ve both …
Yep, new website. I hope to be blogging now. After all, I love to hear myself talk.  And there’s been a change in my name, as well. No, I’m not divorced, remarried, or forgotten who I am. I decided to use a pen name for my latest YA PHANTOM’S DANCE, hence the Howard added to …
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