It's not just about writing. It's about all the other things you do.
The first book signing I did was over a decade ago.
It was for a book called It Only Takes A Spark.
It was the most exciting.
Here I'm at a booksigning at the Scottsdale Main Library, just last Saturday.
At the first book signing, all I did was sign and visit, and hawk.
At this signing, I signed, and visited, and worked on my next book.
One note: My first book was with a line called Heartsong Presents.
This week, the line discontinued.
It's like when they tear down your old high school.
Besides booksignings, authors wind up giving workshops.
Maybe not all authors, but most that I do.
I'm a handout kind of gal.
I also do not need a microphone and if you force me to use one,
I start talking monotone and freeze.
I've learned to team up with another author, usually from another genre.
It doubles your audience
might introduce you to someone who's never read - in my case - sweet before.
My favorite places to promote are libraries and festivals.
How about you?
Where do you go to promote...
Where do you like to hear authors promote?
Right now, I'm promoting two books.
Holiday Homecoming, my brand-new Heartwarming. It's the third in the series.
It's available from e-harlequin
I'm also promoting the first historical I've written in a decade.
It's called Two by Two and is in an Indy Collection called Mistletoe Kisses.
For the month of November, it's only 99 cents.
Hop over to Amazon and get it today.
You want to know what I'm promoting today?
Well, it's Sunday. I'm off to church.
Then, I've got to clean the stuff off the wood where my new countertops will go on Wednesday
and inbetween all that
I need to write 3000 (yes, 3000) words.
Anybody got an aspirin?