Just came across a paperback copy of my STEVIE-GIRL AND THE PHANTOM STUDENT on Amazon for only $500. I guess someone will snap that right up. LOL http://tinyurl.com/d47a8hs
Now, I'm interested in readers' opinions on whether it is necessary to have the ebook cover match the paperback/print cover? I've found myself in this position for the first time and I'm wondering if it's good or bad or simply doesn't matter. What say you?
Friday, November 18, 2016
Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Well, I really enjoyed this one, despite not expecting to! I don't keep track of how many "first part" books I read and don't bother to look for the second, third, etc. in the series. But Ms. Swann's Takers is one series that I will be following and awaiting the next installments. Main character Jack is young and basically lost in the new world created by the Takers, inhabitants of Purgatory that come to earth in search of new souls. As his world crashes down around him, Jack and his deaf dog Snake make their uncertain way to safety. As his Dad's 80's tunes seem to urge him on, he finds ways to survive and take control of what is left of his life. Refreshing and entertaining!
Wednesday, November 2, 2016
Congratulations to Sharon E.
You are the winner of the STUTTER CREEK TRILOGY!
I've sent your email telling you how to claim your books. Of course I wouldn't mind a review after you've read them
And for the rest of you who may be thinking of starting NaNoWriMo today . . . carry on. The best writing advice I ever read was short and simple:
Put your butt in the chair and your fingers on the keys and start writing. It doesn't matter what, just write. Don't stop until your eyes blur and your fingers seize into talons.
You can always edit later. In fact, you must, so just let go and write. Go where the Muse takes you.
And when you're done, tell me how it felt.
I look forward to hearing from you!