Elle Cosimano

Where I’ve Been Wednesday

I’ve decided to dedicate Wednesdays to where I’ve been, and where my book is going.  Here’s the latest…

Last week, I had the awesome pleasure of attending the Writers Police Academy (more photos here). This one-of-a-kind annual event is hosted by GTCC/Public Safety and High Point Public Library in North Carolina, instructed by a broad range of law enforcement professionals, coordinated by author and veteran police investigator, Lee Lofland, and sponsored by the organization, Sisters In Crime. Check the link above for info about the program, and stay tuned for my guest blog about the event on Sleuths, Spies, & Alibis later this month!

In other exciting news, my debut thriller NEARLY GONE (formerly DEAD BLUE) will be included among an inaugural list of books set to publish under a new Penguin imprint!  My powerhouse editor is launching her own imprint, Kathy Dawson Books, and NEARLY GONE will be among the first books released in early 2014.  I am deeply honored to be listed alongside authors I’ve long admired in this article by School Library Journal

Somewhere in the middle of this, I managed a Guest Blog at Ink & Angst – Tech Yourself series. You can read my review of the iPad app, CloudOn.  It IS possible to use Word WITH track changes on your Pad!  If you are mobile and your editor requires you to use track changes, this article is for you.

Next month, I’m heading to Virginia City, Nevada for my final mentorship weekend with Ellen Hopkins and the NV SCBWI. Meanwhile, you can read some of my notes from the May panel session at Ink & Angst.  Ink & Angst – Interview series.

Until next week…


26, 2012 |

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One Response to “Where I’ve Been Wednesday”

  1. First of all, I LOVE your website and blog template! Gorgeous and eerie at the same time.

    And, wow, a launch title for a brand new line? That’s fantastic! Congratulations.

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