A Big Hello From Charlotte

This is a preliminary post to say hey, welcome you to my blog, and thank you for checking me out. Here’s a little bit about me…


I’m an author, and I’m on my third round of edits for my novella, Dead.Blood.Dead., which my friend N.C. and I will be working on until we feel it’s ready for publication. If you’re an artist and you’re interested in getting in touch about making some cover art to be submitted with the story when I start contacting publishers, let me know.


I’m going to be posting updates on my experiences with the process of getting published, whether I can get a company or if I end up going with self-publishing, so if your’e an author or aspiring author, this is a great place to get tips, share experience, etc.


On top of my novella, I’m working on the first novel in a trilogy (working title: To the Death), another novel (working title: Morrison Girls) that will include some poetry in the novel, and another novel that I will be co-authoring with a good friend of mine, E.M. (working title: What Can I Do?). My friends, N.C., E.M., and A.B. will be referred to by their initials in posts which they appear unless they let me know they want to be referenced by name, out of respect for their privacy. Descriptions in detail of the stories will appear when they’re in the process of publishing and not before in order to protect my intellectual property. I’m trusting, but I’m not too trusting. I’ve watched a few too many crime shows. 😉


Don’t hesitate to contact me or comment, especially if you’re also an author/aspiring author, or you know free ways of making my blog look nicer, because if I’m being perfectly honest, I’m an electronic idiot.





About Charlotte Blackwood

Charlotte Blackwood is a self-employed aspiring author working on perfecting her first novella/ first novel. She is a current student at Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, CA. If you're looking for a reading list (someday she'll add her own works to the list), she's currently supporting Anna Karenina, anything by Dickens, anything by Tolkien, anything by JK Rowling, A Song of Ice and Fire, and The Hunger Games.

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