Friday, December 7, 2007

A Very Merry Christmas In L.A

So Christmas is upon us and I truly hope you are all filled with cheer. I know I am filled with cheer because I am trotting off to California baby. So far my journey to L.A as been quite amazing actually, so many people from all over the country have stepped up and helped me accomplish my dreams.

In L.A I’ll be meeting with some of the top people in my industry to get publicity for my book, I also got a new haircut today and if I do say so myself its looks pretty darn good. So yes I am filled with cheer this holiday season and I hope you are two.

The Christmas season is a time filled with love, hope and joy, a time when we take a deep breath and reflect. So to all of you around this great country, whether you be sitting in snow or chilling in the sun, a very merry Christmas and to all a goodnight.

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Monday, November 26, 2007

Guess What? People Really Do Care!

Hello Peoples,

I have no idea who reads this blog but hey what the heck I am a writer so I shall write even if no one reads. Okay so something new hit me today, the fact that people really do care. Recently I've been doing some fundraising to get to an even in L.A. At first I thought hey no ones going to help me and slowly people actually started to help.

I was amazed at how many people actually want to help a young author so I am dedicating this blog to everyone that has helped me over these past few weeks, you all know who you are. I also want everyone to know that when I am succesful I will help people who truly need it. I was sit high above everyone else and judge. No sir ree, I will be love. I will be as my savior wanted me to be.

So to everyone who helped me, I want you to know you truly are the stars of this world. Not A List celebs who show at fashion shows and get their picture taken, you are the stars.

The people who dare to make a difference.

To all my stars, I love you and see you soon!

Friday, November 23, 2007

A Letter All About Grace Hatton!

Dear Friend:

Remember when you were 15 years old? I don’t know about you, but I was consumed with life as a kid: playing with kids around the neighborhood, trying to be cool in high school, complaining about my parents, dealing with boyfriend-girlfriend issues—stuff like that.

I just had a conversation with a 15-year-old girl who’s playing life at a much higher level than that, and she needs our help. Perhaps you know Grace Hatton. She’s the girl with the British accent who’s working on getting her own book published.

Grace moved to the U.S. with her family when she was 11. She left her world, her friends and the rest of her family behind to come to a new country and start a new life. Grace has been here for a few years, but she still feels like she’s “new” here. She doesn’t have a big support network to call on.

Getting published is hard enough, but imagine trying to do it while you’re still a kid…

The good news is that Grace has a message. She wants to publish a book on dating for teens—but with a new twist. It’s a book written for teen-age girls by a teen-age girl.

So far it hasn’t been easy. Without a big network of friends and family, Grace says it’s been difficult but she has a shot at making the connections that can help her book be successful.

I also asked Grace what she would do when she is succesful. Her answer was all about helping others—about giving back. She wants to help other teens connect and gain confidence. In the long run, she wants to do seminars to help young girls. She also wants to help set up orphanages in Africa.

There is something about Grace that makes me believe she is capable of doing this, and that she is genuine about it.

This letter was written by Tim Smith of New Paradigm Marketting.
So if you're a new business and need some help getting your business out there, he's the guy to call. To find out more about New Paradigm Marketting simply search that name in any search enginge.
Please Support him as he has done so much for me!

Friday, November 16, 2007

Grace Hatton Needs Exposure!

Yes, its true. I need some exposure to the media world. My new book will be coming out next year and I need connections into Magazines such as Teen Vogue, Seventeen etc. So if you know anyone in those mags and you want to help me out.

Just drop me an e-mail, go to my website and fill out the contact us form.

I'd really appreciate anything anyone can do and by the way I am currently enjoying my Florida back yard. Its November, the palm trees are swaying, my pool is crystal blue and the sun is setting. Florida is perfect this time of year and I love it.

So for all of you sitting in freezing weather up north, I wish you were here.

xoxo- Grace

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Snap In The Pop

As I said before, all my posts will have random titles. So I thought I'd give you an update on the progress on my book. Its been an interesting week. I am ordering my promo copies of my book, so I can get my celeb endorsements. I am hoping to get some big names who like my book, I am owrking really hard on getting the word out, so thats been fun. However whats really interesting is this week, an old publisher who had dropped because they didn't offer me a very good deal, contacted me this week and they are interested in making me a better offer.

I feel loyal to my new publisher though, so I am not sure whats going to happen but fear not The Guys, The Roses and The Regrets will be out soon.

For more updates please check out my myspace

and my website

p.s Sorry if I have a few spelling mistakes in these blogs but I usually write them when its late, lol =]

Monday, November 12, 2007

Some Kind of Fairytale

So today, I had a major fall out with someone close to me and it got me thinking. When we were kids, we all believed in Cinderella, all believed Prince Charming was coming. When we were kids, we had no reason to doubt that our fairytale wouldn't come true. However as we grow, as life takes its toll we begin to doubt our fairytale, doubt our happy ever after.

As the world throws its disappointment and hurt at us, we doubt. I think the true test of our spirit is if we keep believing. Fairytales were never perfect, there was always a promblem in the fairytale but what made it a true fairytale was the face it turned out perfect in the end.

This world wil never be perfect, we will never be perfect but we can believe. We can believe that our fairytale will somehow, somewhere come true. We can believe that we can be the hero of our own life, a hero who never gives up on their own dream. A hero who keeps believing no matter how how strong or painful our disapoointments are.

If we can all be our own hero than perhaps we can all have some kind of fairytale.

A fairytale that is far more wonderful than any storybook.

Thursday, November 8, 2007

Ooh La La

So this is my new blog, dedicated soley to me and my books.

A little selfish I know but I can't help it. I've also decided each of my blogs will have a completly random title unless of course its very important. So who I am I?

My name is Grace Hatton, writing, art and acting is the game. Those are the three talents I have been given by my God and I intend to use them.

I have a new book coming out very soon, I am hoping it will be a best seller. I love to write, I mainly like to write romantic fiction and self help.

If you want to know more about me or my books, please visit


Those are my two websites and I am continually updating them.

I will use this blog to keep you updated about my book, answers questions people may ask about my book and I might even start a story or two.