Exciting things are happening around here! I am still working on my press release, back cover copy, etc. But the most exciting news right now is that I have the cover for Heir Force! Continue reading
This post is going to be rather short as I haven’t much to update on. I’ve started reading through the books I ordered, and have finished two of them. One of them, I’m already rereading. Continue reading
Last week I wrote the first post about attending the Southern Kentucky Book Fest in Bowling Green, KY (SOKY). If you missed it, you can read it here. Today, I thought I would mention the other authors I met and compare the Book Fest to the Tucson Festival of Books I attended in March.
Recently I had the opportunity to travel to Kentucky for their SOKY Book Fest. I wanted to check it out to see if it was a good outlet to sell books myself in a year or two. SOKY takes place in Bowling Green, and that is also where the Corvette Museum is located. And since Mike, my hubby, is a car nut, we made it a husband/wife getaway, with each of us doing something we both love. What a win-win! Continue reading
As I await the availability of Cookie Encounter in paperback form, I thought I would see if anyone out there had questions for me as a new author. What would you ask me?
Some experts suggest an author have a list of interview questions and answers ready for a radio or newspaper interview–which I don’t really want to do, by the way. But I thought for fun, I would see if you had any questions for me and then I could answer them later in a mock ‘interview’.
I will say that Cookie Encounter is totally fiction, and not based on my life in any way, except that Natalie and I are both writers.
If you are an author, what questions do you regularly get asked? Ask away, readers! And if nobody is brave enough to ask, I’ll list some questions and answers a little later.
So don’t be shy!