Hi, I'm Carolyn Chambers Clark.
I'm an author and reader of many kinds of books including mysteries, romance, YA, suspense, thrillers, and more.
I'm also a nurse practitioner interested in the environment and wellness.
Just finishing a YA novel and could use your help. See my post about how you can help and become one of Chanel's Cheerleaders!
Also find me on Twitter @DrCCClark
Leave a comment and I'll gift you one of my novels or a subscription to my Wellness Ezine.
I write fiction, but there are the feeds to read...who's publishing what, where...what do agents want this week...what do editors want this week...what contests are available...should I enter a contest or spend my time writing?...
Forget all that, and get back to writing.
But what if I'm writing nonsense? That's right, I need at least one critique group to check in with weekly. But that means I have to read up to five other people's work and critique that.
Okay, that's a lot of work, but I probably need a second critique group, just to make sure I'm covering all the bases, one more specialized perhaps.
Oh, dear, I think I'm getting "sticky brain" just like one of my main characters. I guess that's an example of art influencing reality...or maybe it's something else.