A Door Closes

A new door opened

A door, which flung wide open about three months ago with a local publisher, has officially been closed…for now.  Most people would think that I should be depressed, and in truth, I am sad.  But I have hope.

Hope that God has another plan for me this year.

Working with this publisher has been an amazing experience for me.  I have learned, grown and stretched myself beyond my wildest dreams.  I am proud of the work that I produced, despite being a really rough draft.  I am thankful for the contact that I made.  I am thankful for the amount of time and effort that was bestowed on me throughout this time.

The dream of being a traditionally published author has not diminished…but I have a lot of work to do.

I leave this experience, with Blank Slate Press, with gratitude.  I can’t imagine any other way to do so!

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I’m an obsessive writer, avid reader and writer’s group fanatic. Proud soccer wife and mom and loyal supporter of Chelsea. I’ve been a carbaholic since birth and am now hopelessly addicted to Dr. Pepper 10. Who says it’s only for men? Author of teen paranormal romance, Forbidden.

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2 comments on “A Door Closes
  1. You’ve come out of this experience stronger and with more knowledge then you went in with. You are a superwoman.

  2. Amy Miles says:

    Thanks Danielle. I feel really good about every aspect of this experience. I am learning, growing and hopefully building my writing career the right way. I gotta take some hard knocks along the way to reach my goals.

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