There are days that I am really energized by the entire journey of writing and now publishing and marketing. I sit at my laptop for hours working the social network, and improving daily. I hand out cards and bookmarks with the picture and title of my book, which also has the website address stamped on the back. My friends and family help to get the word out so there is little I have to complain about, as Amazon and my website sell very well.
And then there are those days when nasty…Continue
Posted on July 6, 2011 at 9:59pm
The best part of writing for teenagers is remembering what it was like to be one. Never thought I would say that, like most of us I wished it away. I couldn't wait to get to the next step on the ladder. When I was fifteen I wanted to be sixteen, then eighteen was the next best thing. That's because I thought being a kid 'sucked': chores had to be done, homework needed to be handed in on time, and crushes well they did what they were called.
But now as I look back, young…Continue
Posted on June 17, 2011 at 3:27pm
I have nightmares about my technical inabilities. My good friend Mary Ann sent me this link for Book Blogs because like everyone else she felt I needed a boost in the right direction. So now I am here, and I am wishing there was a GPS for sites, the one in my car NEEDS to talk to me or I pull over. My brother finds this hilarious, but I swear if they came out with a GPS that pointed a finger at which corner to turn I would run out and buy it.
I am newly published with Tate…Continue
Posted on June 16, 2011 at 10:53am