ABOUT Y. M. NELSON

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ABOUT Y. M. NELSON

I’m Y. M. Nelson, based in Charlotte, NC, and I write about love, women’s journeys, and amateur DIY. After I spent most of my writing “career” ghostwriting for companies and realized there were no passionate verbs in company instruction manuals, I decided to produce and share my own work with the public.

So I joined the Women’s Fiction Writers Association (WFWA), and I wrote the Owen & Makayla romance story series, and now I’m working on two novels: The Accidental Swipe, a romantic comedy based on my #MyTinderSeries blog serial, and Living Between Dreams, a women’s fiction novel and book one of the Living Between Dreams series. I’m an English professor and have a day job to support this writing “habit.”

ABOUT THE BLOG

Formerly called “Writing Through Career Transition,” The Blog started as a catharsis/rant/resource about my situation at the time: dealing with a (non-writing) job layoff while trying to find that unicorn known as a successful creative writing career. It transitioned (pun noticed) into a resource for all things writing related–my journey, resources for other writers, and writing Q&A.

Today the blog has since blossomed into a showcase of romance and women’s fiction works by way of .gif-happy reviews–while still being somewhat of a rant on writing and update on unicorn sightings. (Featured on Charlotte Five.com)

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  1. Good evening. I found your profile on linkedin and decided to follow you as we shared much in common. I also work as an English Adjunct and write a blog Cupcakecache which was part of our business plan until we closed in December due to my husband’s illness. I am also trying to get more published and write daily. Best of luck to both of us! Looking forward to following your blog.

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