I’m moving “Mystic Monday” to later this week so that I can share a special announcement: It’s here! It’s finally here! The first book in my new contemporary fantasy series, The Zyne Legacy has finally arrived on the Kindle shelf!
I’m so excited about these stories and this world. I’ll be releasing five Zyne books over the course of the next 18 months, so I hope that readers love the universe and characters as much as I do.
*crawls out from under rock* Hello, World!
I can’t believe the month of May slipped by so quickly. I wish I had pictures of all the fancy dinners I’ve been out to, and all the GORGEOUS Washington hikes I’ve been on, and all the workouts I’ve been doing, and all the healthy food I’ve been cooking and craft projects I’ve completed. But, noooooo…. I’ve been stuck inside the last month and a half, glued to my laptop. If you could see inside my brain right now, it would look something like this:
I’ve been so excited about this, talking about it on Facebook, and Twitter, and in real life… that I somehow forgot to blog about it. If you haven’t gotten a copy yet and you’d like to sample my writing, my first book is available for FREE on Amazon for 3 more days!
I’ve posted another excerpt on Riverina Romantics, and I’m also giving away a $10 Amazon Gift Card to one lucky winner.
Yesterday was very exciting, watching my title climb the free charts. I made it to #21 in Paranormal Romance/Psychics and #42 in Paranormal Romance/Vampires. The numbers have gone down today, but that is still many hundreds more readers than I had before, so I’m pretty ecstatic! To all of you who downloaded it, whoever you are… THANK YOU!
If you don’t have it yet, head on over and download a copy here. 🙂
Writing Wednesday is a day late this week – it’s been a crazy one. This is an update on another chapter of the self-pub journey. I feel like I’m peeling away layers of an onion, and the writer in me wants to catalog the journey.
As an indie author, you’re not just the creator, you’re also potentially the editor, proofreader, formatter, packager, marketer, and salesperson. On top of that, you’re the CEO, accountant, and creative team. Whether you have experience in any of these realms, once you publish a book, the next question you’re going to ask yourself is, “Now, how do I get people (aside from friends and family who feel obligated) to read it?”
Even if you don’t do a lot of marketing, there are a couple of things that will go a long way towards helping to sell your book. They are no-brainers: Continue reading