No, I’m not announcing the birth of a grand-baby, although that would be wonderful. My book, A Perfect Bride for Christmas, was released November 12th. It might as well have been a birth because I was in labor for a long time, but the finished product was worth every little bit of effort.
The best thing I’ve discovered is that my work has merit . I’ve received two wonderful reviews so far. The Romance Reviews gave it a four out of five stars and the Long and Short of It Reviews gave it five out of five. Not too bad for my first step into the world of being a published author.
The business end of writing is a revelation as well. Promotion, working on different marketing strategies, not to mention, I’m writing a paranormal, and getting it ready for submissions. Now I know how a juggler really feels.
This blog is a lot shorter than usual, but I’m up to my eyeballs in interviews and doing NaNoWriMo. I’m so behind my all NaNo writing buddies. Don’t worry, I’ll keep plugging away until the end of the month. No excuses allowed. Here’s a question. Why can’t the organizers of NaNoWriMo do it in January when nothing happens? Okay, New Year’s Day, but it’s only one day out of the entire month.
The rant is over and now, it’s off to work.
I hope everyone takes the time to go to my website and check out A Perfect Bride for Christmas. It’s available at The Wild Rose Press, Amazon.com, and my husband informs me he saw it on Barnes & Noble’s website. I loved writing it and I hope you enjoy reading it.