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The Spadina Monologues gets some lurve from TLAC

TLAC (The Learning Achievement Centre) is a printing and publishing company, and they recently gave The Spadina Monologues some lurve on their official Facebook fan page!

fanks for enjoying this blog guys!

you came for the sass, but you’ll stay for the crass.

speaking of publishing, my novel that i’ve been slaving away at for years is now under the noses of some of the most distinguished publishing houses in north america as we speak. my literary agent submitted my pitch and manuscript a few weeks ago, so now we play the waiting game.

i am so humbled just to be considered.

(aka, i am shitting myself)

i’m not going to name any of the houses just this instant because i think that’s a bit premature (aka i don’t want to jinx it) so i’ll just say that i hope the universe is listening! (and paying out).

if you want to know more about my writing career (and dalliances in infamy), check out my Writing Portfolio, the media coverage i’ve garnered, or my About Me page!


5 responses

  1. Best of luck to you. Curious: did you use this method?

    May 25, 2012 at 5:18 PM

    • hahaha, that’s almost exactly what i did …. mix in a lot of nights where i shot-gunned pepto-bismal or was paralyzed with fear…. but basically yeah. lolz

      May 25, 2012 at 5:22 PM

      • 🙂
        Nice to hear that it worked for you. I’m in the early stages. No fear or panic yet. But lots of looking out the window.

        May 25, 2012 at 5:26 PM

      • looking out the window is the best part 🙂

        May 25, 2012 at 5:37 PM

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