Misha Crews

Every story deserves a happily-ever-after.

Hello friends! Sorry to have been out of touch for so long. Things have been up and down in this writer’s world, but they are starting to turn around a little at a time. Earlier this month I made a big change (for the better) when I resigned from my day job. I have lined up some temp work to help cover the bills, and I have also been doing some writing (yay)!

So, onward and upward, right? ❤ Not every road down which we venture will lead us where we want to go. Sometimes we have to map a new route. Too bad life doesn’t come with a GPS. 😉 

I’ll be back soon, and in the meantime, please share: what have you been up to?

3 thoughts on “Writer Quits Her Day Job

  1. E. Ayers says:

    Hello, dear friend! Yes, get rid of the day job. It’s good for the writing and lousy for the finances. 🙂

    I’m getting ready to release a book so in the throes of last minute stuff. And I have another book almost finished (contemporary) and that probably will be release Sept 1 or maybe sooner. (crossing fingers) Must write a Christmas story for the Authors of Main Street Christmas boxed set and must have that ready by the end of summer . So lots going on!

    Oh, we need to grab a cup of coffee and chat! Last summer was such a great retreat!


  2. Glad to have you back on your writing beat. You are a wonderful writer and I do so enjoy reading your books! More! More! More!


  3. Lynne N. says:

    Congrats! All the best! New direction seems to be the way to go…



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