Author or Writer?

I have been quiet on the blog this past month, first, there was the thrill of getting my book Fire & Ice accepted for publication by Daisy Lane Publishers. Its a romance with paranormal elements it is due out in February 2019. I can hardly wait!

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So excited to see my upcoming book being promoted. And I am waiting to show you the cover. it’s beautiful and I had a choice of six to choose from.

For now, here are some images of Norway

 

Daisy Lane Publishing.

Coming February 2019. Olympic ice dancer Blaise Daniels partner has just called it quits – leaving her with no chance of competing at the Winter Olympics. Determined not to give up on her dream, she travels to Norway to meet legendary skater Kristoffer Erikson. After a bumpy start, they connect both on and off the ice. Their partnership seems assured, but why do they both start having dreams of a mysterious Viking past? Can an ancient love be rekindled, or will an old tragedy complicate their present?
https://daisylanepublishing.com/product/fire-and-ice/

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While this picture captures the spirit of ice dancing

Then I have been incredibly busy with edits and falling in love with my characters all over again. I will write more about edits and editing in my next blog post

Like many other writers it has been a longtime dream of mine to publish a book and now it is becoming a reality. Finally, I feel able to call myself an author.

There is an ongoing debate in writing circles about the terms – for some calling themselves an author, even if they haven’t yet published a book seems natural.

Others, like me, feel uncomfortable with the term and stick to a writer. After all, if you write you are a writer no one can dispute that.

So, writer or author, what do you think and why?

 

 

 

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