Here we are, and it’s STILL July. Wow. Is it just me or does this feel like the longest, hottest month ever? No, that’s not an author question. I did write some new ones though. See what you think, and let’s see if Monte Dutton can follow the rules.
As a writer, I spend a lot of time alone, talking to myself, throwing pencils across the room and searching for answers in long showers and even longer drives. The great thing about being a Kindle Scout author is not only the added press and promotion you get from Amazon,
Okay, that sounded so much better in my head. I swear it’s not the crazy leaking out. Okay, I can’t swear that. What I can say, is IT’S WEDNESDAY! And that means it’s time to play the Author Game Show.
Well, hey there. It’s Wednesday and not a camel in sight. I’ve asked a fellow Kindle Scout winner to join us today and play 10 for 10. The FUN author game, where counting isn’t as important as great answers.
That’s a picture of a guy who doesn’t know what to say. His wife might have just asked him if the jeans make her ass look big, and maybe he’s not sure if that’s a good thing or a bad thing anymore.
is now available in trade paperback. At any store that you can find that sells books. Being that this is 2015, you will probably need to tell the book seller that you want to BUY THE BOOK,
Kim Carmichael began writing nine years ago when her love of happy endings inspired her to create her own. A Southern California native, Kim’s contemporary romance combines Hollywood magic with pop culture to create quirky characters set against some of most unique and colorful settings in the world.
You might be like me this week- forgetting your days, writing and reading away the morning, surprised to see six o’clock roll around and have little to show for it.
Or maybe… you’ve been super productive and are ready to tell me all about it.
What folks are saying about 3 Women Walk into a Bar.
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