Last month, WCEA partners gathered for a long-overdue celebration of former partner Frances Peck’s retirement.
Frances Peck, novelist
Writing informational prose, training others how to write and edit, and working with other people’s words is a great way to make a living, as most writers and editors will agree. But for some of us, like our recently “retired” partner (and now affiliate) Frances Peck, there’s an unstoppable inner drive to work with words in other ways.
We’re thrilled to share the news that Frances now has another feather to add to her already much-decorated cap: her novel The Broken Places will be published by NeWest Press in spring 2022. The novel “examines the unpredictable ways in which catastrophe can shake up lives and reshape relationships.”
Congratulations, Frances! We know this is just the first of many more to come. And we can’t wait to attend the book launch, get our copies signed, celebrate, and read, read, read.
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Such wonderful news, Frances. Congratulations! I can’t wait to read this novel.
Congratulations, Frances! You and your many friends are doing a great job of publicity already, so I’m sure I’ll hear about your book launch. I am most eager to ask about what it was like for you working with an editor, since you are such an expert editor yourself.
Way to go, Frances! I know this is something you have been working towards for several years. Congratulations!!
Yay!!! Congratulations, Frances!! I can’t wait to read it.
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