Carol Balawyder hosts a series called “How I Got Published.” See my story there, but also scroll through her site. There are many posts and tips about getting published. Thanks Carol.
Kristina Stanley was the director of security at an isolated resort in the debts of the Purcell Mountains, British Columbia. Her time in that job and her love of skiing led her to write the Stone Mountain series.
Her books have garnered the attention of prestigious crime writing organizations in Canada and England. Crime Writers of Canada nominated DESCENT (July 2015, Imajin Books) for the Unhanged Arthur award for the best unpublished crime novel. The Crime Writers’ Association nominated BLAZE for the Debut Dagger (to be published fall 2015, Imajin Books).
How I Got Published
For me the journey to publication was a long one. I wrote four novels. I believe I needed to do this in order to improve my writing and bring it to the level where it deserved to be published.
While I was writing, I spent four years creating an online platform. Most publishers…
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An interesting journey. So glad you received great feedback early on.
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Thank you Linda. Sometimes it’s hard to receive feedback, but once I opened my mind to the information, I learned quite a bit.