Even though it feels like it's taken forever to get here, today, October 1, 2014 marks the first official day of my virtual book tour for The Blue Diamond - The Razor's Edge. Here is the official link to my publisher's blog tour page. Here are all of the sites and links: 9/23 - Lit … Continue reading Let The Blue Diamond #Blog #Tour Begin!
I finished my PubSlush campaign last night and it has been approved! First, here's a little video to give you more information about PubSlush and their mission. The Pubslush Cause from Pubslush on Vimeo. I'd be ever so grateful if you'd go take a peek at it and perhaps even register as a fan to … Continue reading PubSlush is Complete and Ready to Go – Let’s Do This!
I've been both busy and lazy for a few days. I've just recovered from pneumonia and a bit of exhaustion set in. I realized I was pushing myself too hard, so besides a few hours at the Inn Saturday evening having some hard apple cider with my favorite crew, watching pre-season football, I slept this … Continue reading Sorry for my absence. Here’s my excuse note…
My Mom used to say, "When a guy's sick he don't feel good." She would say it in the cutest voice. She would say it to any of us who weren't feeling well, as she sweetly wiped our hair away from our brow and administered her one of a kind healing powers. Chicken soup, hot … Continue reading Did You Miss Me or Did You Not Notice I Was Missing? 😉
With this PubSlush campaign ramping up for launch on September 1st, I'm faced with so many decisions as to how I want to use the funding (IF I get the funding I need) to market my new book. There are as many opinions about how to market your book as there are books to sell … Continue reading Your Book: Social Networking Versus Conventional Advertising-What Say You?
I guess in some ways it still is. Two years ago before I'd even finished my first novel, I read a now long-lost article about building an author platform. Boy was I confused! I hadn't even finished my first novel at the time and I knew zip about publishing so in between writing, I read … Continue reading Remembering When a Platform Was Something People Stood on to Give A Speech