There are buttons in my car that I have no idea why they are there or what they do. I’ve driven this car for over three years. Lately, I’ve begun to think I should know more about the buttons- more about EVERYTHING.
Hello there! It’s another Wednesday and since this is NANOWRIMO month, I am writing this well ahead of time and setting up the little scheduler to work while I sleep, or sleepwrite, because there is no pausing to get to 50k words in a month that is struck short by Thanksgiving travels and conventions and general hi-jinx.
There are some writers that you never really know. They hide behind their characters, they change their names, build fake towns or fantasy worlds. You may never truly know them. And sometimes, that lets you fall into their stories harder than you might have if you were busy staring at the face on the book jacket wondering if she really is the teacher at your kid’s school or the girl on the elevator at Park Street Condos.
What folks are saying about 3 Women Walk into a Bar.
“Clever, sexy, witty, and shot glasses full of fun, 3 Women Walk Into a Bar is no joke — and with one of the freshest and most exciting new voices in crime fiction,
Exciting day for the book-and me! One should be making its way to the laps of strangers. The other needs to stay home and write. So thankful for all the support from my family and friends that made this possible.
Votes determine a publishing deal, in a real life contest.
Well, it could you know.
How many times have you, as a writer thought about moving to a place you researched so thoroughly for a story setting?
Admit it, you found yourself scrolling through hours of available properties in Kauai after having your hero chase the villain to Hawaii.
It’s an exciting new way to get your book noticed by readers. It’s called the Kindle Scout program and each vote cast is tallied to select who makes it to publication. See? No casting couch here, just you and your NOMINATION button pushing finger.
- write a kick ass book
- land a fantastic, eager, well-connected literary agent
- do all you can to help sell your book through self-promotion
- spend money, lots of money
- get a web presence with blog,