Y. M. Nelson is based in Charlotte, NC and writes about love, writing, and amateur DIY.

About Y. M. Nelson

After she spent most of her writing “career” ghostwriting for companies and realized there were no passionate verbs in company instruction manuals, Y. M. decided to produce and share her own work with the public.

She created the Owen & Makayla romance story series and is working on her debut novel Living Between Dreams (estimated release 2019), book one of the Living Between Dreams series. To support her writing habit, she’s an English professor and has a day job.

About her Books

Currently, most of Y. M. Nelson’s books and stories are published under the One Creative Summer Press imprint. For more information on what’s to come or to receive an ARC, visit the Contact page.

About her blog (formerly known as “Writing Through Career Transition,” now it’s just “The Blog”)

“Writing Through Career Transition” started as a catharsis/rant/resource about Y. M.’s 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 has since blossomed into a resource for all things writing related–my journey, resources for other writers, and writing Q&A–while still being somewhat of a rant on career and update on unicorn sightings. (Featured on Charlotte Five.com)

About where to find her

You can often find her .gif-happy self on the following social media platforms: @WriterYMNelson on FB, @AuthorYMNelson on Instagram, and @YMNelson1 on Twitter. Fans that want free stuff, or to get exclusive stuff, or know about stuff first reside in her FB group: Nerdy Romantics.

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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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