Welcome to the web home of Rachel Heston Davis--young adult lit writer, newspaper stringer, and associate editor at Written World Communications. Please, make yourself at home. :)
You can find loads of information here. For a peek into the secret life of an obsessive writer, read my blog. To see those writing projects on which I'm obsessing, visit the Writing page. If you're a fellow storyteller or story reader, I recommend Resources and Links to point you in the right direction. And as always, check my news feed for updates on projects and publishing!
Happy Friday! Catch today’s post of On Campus here, and go back to pick up the last few posts if you’ve missed them since the last weekend digest.
We’ve covered all kinds of feels over the past two weeks–flying the nest, BFF separation, and parents plotting to kidnap children back from educational institutions–but tomorrow is a new day, and Lex may try some (nerdy) attempts at friend-ing next week. Don’t miss it!
This is my solution so far to the problem of how to send updates for new pages…a Friday email!
Newest page can be found here, but if you need to back up a couple of weeks, please do so.
Over the last couple of weeks we have covered the following topics: being “that person” who sits awkwardly in a room full of vivacious and competent individuals; the art of stalling people who want to leave; and today we’re getting into some mushy territory about Moms and Dads letting the nest empty. D’aww!
As always, thanks for following.
Hello my faithful subscribers!
When I originally instructed friends and fans to subscribe, I was under the impression that you’d get an email update every time a new cartoon page went up. Recently I have discovered that’s not the case. I think it only sends these updates when I make a new blog post (which makes no sense on a WordPress theme specifically designed for, y’know, comic page updates rather than blog posts, but whatever).
I’m researching an easy fix for this on the WordPress theme I use so that you will actually get email reminders with each page. Until then, check back every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for new updates, because they ARE here! Thanks for your subscription and your patience. It’s been a great few weeks so far, and I look forward to showing you more of Lex’s story as the months progress.
Your enthusiastic but less-than-tech-savvy author/illustrator,