I am going to be a published author in 74 hours. That’s when All’s Fair in Lust & War is released into the wild! Let me just pause for a moment to say…Squeeeee! I am not a squee-er. But, come on. This is totally a squee-worthy event. To celebrate, I’m running a little giveaway. You can win a signed copy of the physical book, an eBook version, or a $25 Amazon gift card. Want to play? Enter using the Rafflecopter thingy down there. P.S. I will also be running another, bigger contest for my lovely friends who choose to leave me reviews on Amazon or Goodreads. So, you know. Keep that in mind. a Rafflecopter giveaway
August 2014 archive
There is a thing that authors whisper about (but only around other published authors). A thing that, like so many things in life, no one tells you about until you find yourself right smack dab in the middle of it. The Second Book Blues.
And Internet? It’s terrifying.
See, after the hullabaloo that comes with selling your first book and joining the ranks of the published, sooner or later you have to sit down and right the next one.
In my case, it was sooner. My next deadline was in three short months. Three. Months. To write another book. From scratch. Now, granted, I wrote the first draft of the first book in less than a month, so this shouldn’t have been a problem.