Julie Glover @julieglover ?active 4 months, 1 week ago
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I write mysteries and young adult fiction. I am currently editing a contemporary young adult novel and will then begin editing a contemporary middle-grade novel. My mysteries are straightforward and written largely for a female readership.
I have dabbled here & there
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|What I want in an awesome Critique Partner||
Deep critique. I am experienced with critiquing., One time only feedback.
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|What is your writing experience?||
I have written three novels. I hope to make the mystery into a trilogy and self-publish next year. I am pursuing traditional publication for my YA work. Word count varies.
|Books I enjoy reading||
In these genres: The Sky is Everywhere (YA), Molly Murphy Mysteries, The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate, A Long Way from Chicago, Agatha Christie, Amelia Peabody mysteries, Hunger Games (but not so much the sequels)
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|More About Me||
This is my blog bio: I write adult mysteries and young adult fiction. As a city girl from the Lone Star State, I own both go-go boots and cowboy boots. I’ve been to Broadway shows and rodeos. I enjoy chateau briand and rattlesnake sausage. I like Led Zeppelin and Rascal Flatts. I like my man in a suit and in boots – sometimes worn together.
I blog about the wonders of language on Amaze-ing Words Wednesdays and on various pop culture topics (movies, books, and more) on Deep-Fried Fridays!
I love words, lyrics, accents, sarcasm, idioms, proverbs, and all things language – even punctuation and grammar. My previous jobs have included paralegal work, children’s ministry, and one very poor summer as a highly ungraceful waitress. I live with my supportive husband and two engaging sons in Friendswood, Texas.
I am seeking representation for a mystery, GRACE & FIRE and editing a middle grade contemporary novel, A YEAR OF FIRSTS and a young adult contemporary novel, SHARING HUNTER.
(By the way, I am an evangelical Christian and don’t particularly enjoy reading works with substantial cussing or sexual scenes. I’m not a Puritan for goodness’ sake and enjoy tough themes, but I just want to put this out there since I’m not likely to be a good critique choice for an author with more of those aspects in their work.)
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