Today starts another big shopping day.
If you thought BLACK FRIDAY was big; then you have never done CYBER MONDAY.
Consumers spend just as much during this day than any other online shopping day.
Please remember this as you are clicking your way around the internet.
AUTHORS LOVE CYBER MONDAY TOO.
This is the day that they may sell a year's worth of books and be able to travel to a new book conference. This is the day that you can buy a series by a new author, for half the price and this is also the day that you will discover brand new reading materials.
If you ever wanted to try a new genre, buy it on Cyber Monday.
Want to get a personalized gift for the reader in your family, workplace or teacher?
Give them a book signed by the author and you will be the best gift giver EVER!
I never liked mysteries until I read Austin Camacho's Hannibal Jones Series. When did I get it?
Cyber Monday 2011 and have never regretted it.
SO take a chance on a new genre, new author or better yet; give the gift of reading to the readers in your life.
And if they have enough books...well there are so many great gifts to give...but that's for the next blog!
Monday, November 28, 2016
Friday, November 18, 2016
Rejection isn’t something that anyone likes to go through.
Being a published author, I worry about rejection.
Rejection from a publisher, an editor or from readers.
How do you overcome the fear?
Yes, rejection serves a purpose.
It allows us to remember that we are humans and make mistakes. It reminds us that we are not perfect, no matter how hard we try to be. It also reminds us that we have to, correction, we MUST continue to get better in our writing.
Readers are not going to allow authors to sit back and push through mundane work. Publishers aren’t going to let authors think that don’t need improvement and if you have a good editor; they will make sure that they are pushing you to bring out the best words you have.
Yes, Rejection is hard but it is necessary.
So don’t just sit there crying because you have gotten another rejection (or your first rejection).
Dust yourself off, pick up that pen, paper, Notebook, computer or IPad and begin the rewriting process.
Trust me, you will be glad that you did.