I would love to join your group! I am trying to get the word out about my new series of puzzle books. The first will be released on July 10th through Tate Publishing. There are two more in editing, plus 12 more completed. Copies of book 1 are now available directly from Tate Publishing or visit my website at www.definitionscramble.com
It has been a life long dream to be a published author. At age 51, I figure it is better late than never. Thanks for all your help!!
Thank you for the comment and greetings. Please follow or visit my blog if you wish. It is just a small sample to get some people interested in my writing. I am writing a much larger novel and am almost completely finished with it. http://butcherofborese.blogspot.com
Hi Lisa, I've recently created a new blog and would be grateful if you would check it out. Please let me know if you have any thoughts about it. I've very much appreciated your help in stepping into the blogosphere and the publishing world. It's quite a learning curve.
Thanks for the welcome. Like the other newbies here, I'm still learning my way around but I look forward to getting to know everyone better. I'll be following you on Twitter and if you want to follow me back I'm @ABSpirit.
Hi Lisa, thanks for the welcome, after reading some of the other comments, it turns out I'm not the only one who is a bit unsure about this whole process. Good Luck with your book I hope you do really well with it.
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