I’ve never done a virtual scavenger hunt before, but the idea sounded really cool so I thought I’d share it here and offer up an Amazon MP3 gift card or iTunes gift card. Winner’s choice :) All of the items on the list relate in one way or another to the book, so you get […]
Off to a Running Start! Quiet on the Set Virtual Book Tour Week 2
It’s incredible that it’s already half over! But, there are plenty more fun things to come this week: six stops, including one audio interview, two written interviews, and three guest posts! Once again, instead of posting a new blog every day, check THIS post or the main tour hub page for the day’s new links […]
Quiet on thet Set Book Tour Week 1: Done
It’s been kind of a crazy week! Doing a blog tour for my book during the week has been a little tough while I was working. I couldn’t check in as often as I wanted to, so I’m afraid I may have missed some opportunities to connect on that front. Hiccups Also, I haven’t quite […]
VICTORY! Quiet on the Set Is Now for Sale!
Phew! What a nightmarish week it’s been! Instead of complaining first, I’ll start you off with a joke: what do you call a place where it’s blizzarding and snowing sideways one week, and sunny and 70 degrees the next? COLORADO! Holee shit – I drove home in the stupid blizzard last week (after a lovely […]
Giveaway: Realistically Yours Is Free for Kindle!
Romance. Girl talk. Writing. Love. Loss. Maturity. Vegas. Hockey. These are just a few of the topics that come into play in my first published novel, Realistically Yours. It is a new adult (NA) contemporary chick lit/romance story and it covers a lot of ground, from clinical anxiety to freelance work in a modern economy, […]
And the Winner Is… New Title and Cover Reveal!
Wow, it seems like it’s taken me ages to get this far! But, I’ve settled on three key components for the upcoming release of my book! Just a quick update: so far, I still have every intention of releasing the book on the 19th of March, BUT, it won’t be official until I list my […]
Dates: The Waiting Game
No, I’m not talking about relationships. I’m talking about scheduling: setting dates and goals for yourself to get things done within a reasonable time frame. I just looked at my original time frame on where I wanted to be with my edit-in-progress, and according to that, the book should have been coming out next week! […]
Writer as Matchmaker: The Best Friend Romance
One of the classic romances is to have the main character fall for her/his best friend. As a writer, and on a personal level, the best friend romance is one that has always made sense to me. Being close to someone first and knowing each other really well – so well that you’re finishing each […]