About

First book signing at Poor Richards Bookstore in downtown Colorado Springs

carrienyman.com

Hello, I’m a new author and I blog about writing and its inspiration. I was fortunate enough to find an awesome publisher and my WWII historical fiction novel Why Aren’t You Sweet Like Me?? is now available from the Sunbury Press. Amazon and Barnes & Nobel now carry the print and eBook versions. I am currently submitting the YA fantasy ASHES & EMPIRES; as such, it has absolutely nothing to do with historical fiction…

Please “Like” Why Aren’t You Sweet Like Me?? on Facebook and follow me @carrienyman on Twitter to keep updated on developments. If you have any questions, please visit my website for my contact information. I’d love to hear your feedback.
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Here’s a short description:
In the summer of 1939, Camille “Honey” Shaughnessy drives to St. Louis University, determined not to fall into the familiar pattern of date, marry, stay home with children and create a life of unfulfilled possibility, but she could not foresee falling for Don Shepard. Constructed from 130 letters of Don’s letters (dating from 1938 to 1944), telegrams, military records, and recorded interviews, Why Aren’t You Sweet Like Me?? is a historically accurate narrative, teaching what Don always said: “Love is the big thing.”

61 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Carrie:

    Thanks for visiting my site, and posting a like. I enjoyed reading your blog and the issues that interest you as a writer. Many of this interest me as well and I try to cover issues such as free will, religion, power and beauty of English language, imagination, etc. through a variety of postings. You might enjoy reading the writing section of Bookshelf with eloquent and inspiring words from Faulkner and Fowles. Also, as a postscript to the Futility story that you liked, when you learn more about that novella, the interesting thing is that like any good story, it has as one of its narrative threads, a love story.

  2. Thanks for dropping by my blog and taking the time to press that ever present “like.” Your book looks fascinating.

  3. Carrie, I’ve really enjoyed following your journey and I’m finding you pretty darn inspirational. So I nominated you for a Kreativ Blogger Award. Keep up the good work.

  4. Congrats on your novel. I wish you success. Considering the subject of your novel, I think you might enjoy reading Jackeline Lockett’s novel PASIING LOVE, set in post WWII Paris.
    Enjoy the day.

  5. Hi Carrie, your book sounds amazing! Thanks for visiting my blog and liking it. I’ll be sure to put your book on my list of must-reads. Much Love, Idalia

  6. Wonderful work! Thank you for visiting my blog. May the beauty and inspiration of life and language be with you as well!

  7. your photo signing your book – i imagine even your fingers are smiling as you sign….

    David in Maine USA

  8. Hi Carrie, thanks for stopping by our blog and liking our post on the best crepes in Paris. Wow! You’re a published author…Way to go and keep up with the good work! 🙂

  9. Congratulations on your published work and signing. The title is very intriguing and a great concept. Best of luck with your YA WIP as well. I have also written a YA and am in the process of shopping it around. Thanks for “liking” my Frayed Dustjacket’s Blog review of the new book about Queen ElizabethII.

  10. Pingback: Book Review: Why Aren’t You Sweet Like Me? « Don't Eat the Pickles & Other Stories

  11. Your book sounds like one of those joys you find every once in a while in true history. They bring smiles to your face and tickle your stomach. I’ll be looking for it.

  12. Thanks for liking my post. I will have to pick up a copy of your book; it sounds interesting. I look forward to seeing what your next book will be, and I look forward to reading your blog.

  13. Thank you for visiting my site. If you would like your book reviewed on my blog, feel free to contact me. It sounds intriguing. I wish you all the best that life offers. Have a wonderful day!
    ~Ariesgrl

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