Hi friends! It's been a while since I blogged about something this exciting, so I thought I would share my news. Wow, what a few weeks this has been! COME BACK TO ME has received THREE awards!
Join me on the COOLEST SHINDIG EVER! Monday, June 4, 12pm EST. Author Peter Adler is hosting me and 3 other authors for interactive literary chats with as many guests as would like to attend. This is a LIVE online event with video and audio, which means that you can chat with us directly! I hope you can make it -- best of all, it's FREE!
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The sisters site to the Women's Nest, World Literary Cafe, has exciting news to pass along!
Wow, look how we've grown!
This week kicked off my summer blog series. I'm giving away 2 ebooks each week to my readers and supporters, writing articles for readers, authors, and aspiring authors--several over the next 60 days, and in general, going to start this summer with a bang!
I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Janice Hermsen of the Book Hound on 99.1 FM, a national radio show. The program airs tonight at 11pm EST. I hope you can listen!
Tonight my hubby came home and was leafing through our mail (which I love to ignore), and he handed me a large envelope from Writer's Digest. I love Writer's Digest magazine, but this looked like junk mail. On the way to the trash, I decided to rip it open just in case they'd begun sending their magazines in envelopes for some strange reason. Much to my surprise, I received a participation recognition certificate for the 19th annual Self-Published Book Awards. That alone isn't so exciting, but the paper that came with it was. This is what it conveyed:
Women's Nest founder, Melissa Foster, has been nominated for a Shorty Award. Read how she found out about it!
Sometimes things happen in our life that have the capacity to make us jump up and down and act like we've lost our minds. Today I was told about one of those events. Perez Hilton, yes, the Perez Hilton, mentioned COME BACK TO ME on his blog in his Holiday Recommended list for 2011.
Today I was featured in the Huffington Post, where I laid out the facts of ebook pricing. Is 99 cents a valid price point for ebooks? How will the no-discount pricing structure effect authors, publishers, and of course, readers? Weigh in on the Huffington Post article, here:
Today I received exciting news.
Hi everyone, just a quick shameless self promotion. My books are being reduced for a holiday sale. All three books just 99 cents each. Megan's Way and Come Back to Me have already been reduced.
I can't believe it's November 1st. For the past thirty days I have worked along side thirty five of the most gracious authors that you could imagine. Thirty five men and women who have pulled together, supporting each other for the good of the group, listening, offering advice, leaning on one another.
I'm gearing up for my blog tour to promote COME BACK TO ME, my third novel--34 stops in 50 days.