Elixir Bound in the Wild

Posted by Katie L. Carroll on August 30, 2012 in Books, Elixir Bound, Writing |

Elixir Bound technically doesn’t release until tomorrow, but it’s already been spotted out in the wild (and is available on Amazon a day early!).

Out in the wild means on my twin-not-twin’s computer! It is a real purchased version, though…not just one I gave her!

As if you weren’t sick enough of hearing about Elixir Bound, I’ve got a whole schedule of guest blog posts lined up. This week I’ve already talked about the cover art process on Mary Ann’s blog, writing lessons from The Boy on Sarah’s blog, and scene revision on Stephanie’s blog.

If you only read one of my guest blog posts, please check out tomorrow’s very special post on Meradeth’s blog. It’s the sad, but hopefully inspirational, story of how I became a writer.

In other book news, one of my favorite writing buddies Kimberly Sabatini is giving away swag for her upcoming novel Touching the Surface. You should definitely check out her book and blog.

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  • Debby Carroll says:

    Although you would have done fine as a physical therapist, I always knew it was not your calling. You were a writer ever since you could pick up a pencil and I think I always knew that, after all the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree (of course I’m talking about your Dad).I never doubted for a moment that you would fulfill your dream of publishing a book. I love you and I’m so proud of you not just for your accomplishment as a writer, but for the wonderful person that you are. Publishing a book is pretty amazing, but I still think the boy is more amazing. Keep up the great work. I’m looking forward to the next book and even more the next baby!

    • Thanks, Mom! You made me a little teary-eyed with your comment. I remember how excited you were when I told you I got a book deal. Sometimes it’s hard for me to express my feelings, but it meant a lot to me that you were so happy, even when I was a bit reserved with my own emotions. Thank you for having the never-ending confidence of a mother in her child. Although Dad is the writer, you were the one who read to us every night. It was my love of reading that brought me to writing. You’re absolutely right that The Boy is more amazing than the book. He’s the best thing I ever created. I hope there are more books, but I’m pretty certain there will be more babies.

  • Woo hoo! Congrats, Katie!

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