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What words does it need? Tell members about your new book. Share your insights on the writing life. Flog a class or workshop you are teaching. Share a post from your blog. Share the quirky writer thing you think only you do with the world.
If you aren’t sure if this is the space for what you’ve got, email me and we can figure that out.
By the way, if you are participating in National Novel Writing Month, may your word count be high and your caffiene consumption tolerable. Join your local WriMos for write-ins and other fun and games by choosing Knoxville as your home region on the NaNoWriMo homepage. Events are posted on the region homepage.
Victoria Raschke writes books that start with questions like “what if you didn’t find out you were the chosen one until you were in your forties?” When she isn’t holed up in her favorite coffee house to write, she can be found at the nearest farmers’ market checking out the weird vegetables or at her home where she lives with a changing number of cats and her family who supports both her writing and her culinary experimentation — for the most part. Her first book, Who by Water, was published in 2017.
Voices of the Dead Series
Who by Water
Our Lady of the Various Sorrows
Like a Pale Moon
Strange as Angels
Voices of the Dead Omnibus Edition (includes short “A Wand Needs a Witch“)
Renegade Tea Cookbook (2021)