Sometimes, the monsters we fight are of our own making.
That single point in a writer's life when you suffer a humiliation of your own doing
Read an #Excerpt from #WheelerNovel: La Course by Le Tour de France
You're #plussize and want to ride your bike, but what do you wear? I have FIVE companies waiting for your money!
Recently, I was interviewed by Marc and Daniel of the Nightly Entrepreneur about marketing #WheelerNovel. The experience was nerve-wracking but lots of fun. Did I actually answer his questions? Eh, maybe?
Recently I was asked why I write. My answer: I write to inspire. 'I am the Storm.'
Because I'll never learn to leave things alone, here's your chance to be part of the creative process - the #bookblurb
A deleted scene from #WheelerNovel: The interview with Loren by SkyNews reporter, Sylvia Montgomery
Offering up a few tips on how not to sound like an idiot on a podcast interview.
In Darkness, There is Still Light rolls in hot, picking up immediately where its predecessor Wheeler abruptly ended and engrossing readers from the very first pages. The Wheeler series centers on the life of professional cyclist Loren MacKenzie, an American living in the United Kingdom, and the physical and emotional challenges that she faces. Darkness resumes where Wheeler left off, right after Loren has won a world championship title in cycling and kissed her movie star boyfriend, Graham Atherton, farewell for three weeks apart as he flies off to film his next blockbuster. As in her first novel, Zalesky is able to squeeze an incredible amount of action into just a few short months of Loren’s life, though perhaps even more impressive is her ability to fit all the thrills in a short 250 page novel that will fly by for readers.
In Darkness should be read after completing the…
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