This podcast by Jodi Flynn (Women Taking the Lead) with Joe DeSena caught my eye because 1. I love Jodi's Podcasts and 2. My nieces and nephew just completed a Spartan Race (not the first for some of them). Much of the conversation really resonated with me! I was shocked, because whenever I hear about … Continue reading Spartanized
I played a lot of 80's music as I was writing my new novel, and these are all songs that I loved then, and still love now. I thought I'd share them with you all as part of my book party celebrating the launch of my new novel, What if Bebe Stays with Steven? Playlist: Danger … Continue reading 80’s-ish Playlist-Music to Write By
My new book started out as something else. I published my first novel, One Brave Thing, last year. Over the course of the year of doing talks and readings, I thought a lot about my characters and the story. One day, I had the thought: What if Bebe stays with Steven? How would her life have … Continue reading My new book
I have been working feverishly, madly, to design the cover of my new novel. My publication date is 3/21 (as in: 3-2-1 liftoff! 🙂 ) and I am determined to make it. I originally planned to use my own photos for the cover, but then I started looking around on Canva, you know, just for fun, … Continue reading Doing the thing
For one week only, One Brave Thing will be for sale on Kindle for only 99 cents! If you have already liked my book, please consider sharing this post with any of your friends who prefer to get their books on Kindle. This special price is in effect only from December 9th (TODAY!) through December 16th, 2016. … Continue reading One week ONE BRAVE THING Kindle Sale!!!
Today I was so excited to get a copy of the York Weekly newspaper that my husband and I braved the ice and snow and rode down to the York Hannaford to pick it up before work. After I ascertained that the article did, in fact, run this week (there was a photo of me and of … Continue reading Humble
As I mentioned in my prior blog post, there is a definite learning curve to this whole 'promoting your book' thing. The biggest lesson I've learned is this: assume nothing! (Remember Felix Unger's lesson on what happens when you ASSUME?!). Anyway, here are what I think are the top 10 tips (in no particular order) for … Continue reading Top 10 tips (I think!) for having successful author reading