Posts Tagged: author m.j. pullen

As someone who does the majority of my reading during the daily commute — via audiobook, because apparently propping a book on the steering wheel while driving down GA 400 is frowned upon — I am thrilled to announce that The Marriage Pact series is now available in its entirety on audiobook. Get your romantic comedy fix while you  […]

September 2-4, 2016 One of my favorite Atlanta traditions! The incomparable Decatur Book Festival is coming to downtown Decatur, Georgia, September 2-4, 2016. I’ll be there off and on all weekend being a fangirl as usual. And, you can find me specifically on Sunday, September 4th at 12:00 in Decatur City Hall with Sadeqa Johnson on  […]

The Baggage Check launch celebration continues! Come see me and my foxy friends at FoxTale Book Shoppe in Woodstock, Georgia. Saturday, August 6, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. If you haven’t been to this charming bookstore just a few minutes north of Atlanta, it’s worth the drive.

Big, BIG thanks to everyone who made last night’s book launch for BAGGAGE CHECK a success: fans, friends, family, my “work family” from Rubicon Global, and the incredible staff at Eagle Eye Book Shop in Decatur, Georgia. I hope to do more events at this charming store in the future! If you missed this launch event,  […]

And from the shelter of my mind Through the window of my eyes I gaze beyond the rain-drenched streets To England where my heart lies. From “Kathy’s Song” by Paul Simon Okay, my heart is actually in Roswell, Georgia, or wherever Hubs and my boys happen to be. But I love that song so much, and  […]

Happy Tuesday everyone! I’m actually off the grid at the moment, doing a writing retreat and some research in England for a few days, sans wi-fi (WHAT????). So basically while you’re reading this, I am somewhere in England in the fetal position, twitching from BuzzFeed withdrawals. And missing Hubs and my kids, of course. In  […]

“In writing, you must kill your darlings.” ~ William Faulkner. Every writer has heard this is advice. Most, at one time or another, have secretly hoped it didn’t apply to them. Some have agonized over it. And the best writers have learned to apply it: painfully, judiciously. It’s more than a platitude, more than a  […]

Over on The Draft House page today, I wrote about the struggle to write my first novel, the amazing support I got from my family, and how my biggest obstacle to success turned out to be… me. When I started my first novel, THE MARRIAGE PACT, in 2010 (or, I should say, when I started the  […]

I’m delighted to participate in the 12th Annual Canton Festival of the Arts May 21-22! I’ll be on the Romance panel at 4:00 on Saturday the 21st, where you can ask questions of me, Lindi Peterson, Ciara Knight and Sally Kilpatrick! FoxTale Book Shoppe is sponsoring the Literary Celebration, so you can buy books and  […]