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Tuesday, January 29, 2008

RACHEL AND JUDY'S "LETTER TO MY LOVER" VALENTINE'S DAY CONTEST!!!

RACHEL AND JUDY’S “LETTER TO MY LOVER” VALENTINE’S DAY CONTEST!!!

Would you like to become involved in Rachel Greene Baldino and Judy Ford’s virtual book tour? Read below how you can!

Since February is the time for cupids and hearts and all things romantic and sometimes not-so-romantic, what better time than to write a letter to your lover?

On February 1, 2008, Rachel Greene Baldino and Judy Ford, authors of the book, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Enhancing Sexual Desire, are embarking on a virtual book tour around the world collecting letters from bloggers who would like to tell their lovers how they really feel about them – the good and the bad – and become a part of their tour!

If you would like to become involved in their contest, this is how it works:

1. Think of the things you would like to say to your lover, but haven’t had the time or the reason, whether it’s to say how much you love them or how they drive you up the wall. Yes, the good and the bad and the funnier or more outrageous the better! Let everything hang out!

2. Do not use names. Name your blog post “Letter to My Lover” and begin your post with “Dear Lover…” They’ll have to guess who it’s for!

3. Post your message on your blog between now and February 14th and send us the exact link to thewriterslife(at)yahoo.com. Please put "Letter to my Lover" in your subject line.

4. When we receive your link, we will add it to Rachel and Judy’s tour at http://virtualbooktoursforauthors.blogspot.com/2008/01/complete-idiots-guide-to-enhancing.html.

5. But, that’s not all! Rachel and Judy will pick one of the bloggers who participate a FREE copy of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Enhancing Sexual Desire! That’s their Valentine’s Day present to you!

6. And…we will promote your blog through our daily promotions using your blog post as part of their virtual book tour, thus bringing you lots of traffic during February!

7. We also ask that you include a jpeg copy of Rachel and Judy’s book, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Enhancing Sexual Desire, in your blog post. You can find their book cover at http://virtualbooktoursforauthors.blogspot.com/2008/01/complete-idiots-guide-to-enhancing.html (you are welcome to copy and paste from there).

8. All participants will be listed on Rachel and Judy’s tour page so that everyone can read YOUR letters to your lover!

That’s all there is to it! Hurry before time runs out. Become involved in a nationwide campaign to tell the world what you think about your lover and see how much fun it will be to read the letters of others. Share your letters and become involved in RACHEL AND JUDY’S “LETTER TO MY LOVER” VALENTINE’S DAY CONTEST!

Rachel and Judy’s virtual book tour will be highly publicized including press releases and other promotions and is brought to you by Pump Up Your Book Promotion, an innovative public relations agency specializing in online book promotion. You can visit their website at http://www.pumpupyourbookpromotion.com/.

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Friday, January 25, 2008

Online Sales Vs. Offline Sales? - A Survey

I'm doing a little survey over at Book Marketing Buzz over whether you sell more books online or offline. The reasoning behind this is because I believe it will help other authors learn just where those sales are. Granted, it takes both...but...if you had to add it up, which method has been selling your book more than the other if you had to choose?

Leave a comment please at www.bookmarketingbuzz.wordpress.com.

Thank you!

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Interview with Domestic Violence Author Amanda Young

Amanda is a Registered Nurse with a degree in Homeopathy from the British Institute of Homeopathy. She won the Award of Excellence for nursing assessement from St. Joseph and St. Jude Home Health. Her book, Silent Prisoner, can be bought at Amazon by clicking here.

Welcome to The Writer's Life, Amanda. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and how long you’ve been writing?

I have a degree in nursing, homeopathy and studied over the years other holistic modalities such as massage therapy and more. I believe in combining traditional and holistic for the person. I grew up on a farm in Georgia and spent most of my time on a bicycle traveling on country dirt roads and in the forest, alone when I was a young girl. I still do the same when I can now in my fifties.

I have been writing since 2000 when I began having dreams of a sick little girl that I later named Megan. The book is in its second print on demand print and is titled: Megan’s Unicorn.

Can you please tell us about your book and why you wrote it?

I began writing Silent Prisoner in the year 2000. It began as a journal for myself and thought that on the first draft that would be it and I would never look at the sad story again. I have taken it out of the closet and brushed it off close to the twenty times of another draft since then. For, one last draft.

I began the story as a journal and to let go of stored away emotions. Buried deep and carefully hidden. Then a woman read the third or fourth draft and she cried and said to me that she hoped I put it into print. That sent me into dong another draft. I then let a young man read it and he said, “Now I understand what my girlfriend is feeling. Your story has helped our relationship so much.” That sent me into doing several more drafts. On and on until I finally understood that maybe my story could help some people. I only stumbled on this idea after many drafts.

What kind of research was involved in writing “Silent Prisoner”?

I lived it. Every word and every page is my life. Someone said to me that people may check out the story for validity as they did “Millions Little Pieces” – And I say, I hope they do as they will find out I was kind and my life was worse than I wrote. It is difficult for victims of abuse to speak openly of how bad it was. Guilt and shame keep us from doing that. And I left out some of the worse things. Those were too painful to go through.

How much input did you have into the design of your book cover?

One night I dreamt that I could paint and it took me some time to buy paints as I thought the idea absurd. I had never taken a class. But finally as the dreams of that did not stop I bought paints and charcoal. That was three years ago. Last Oct. 2006 I was sitting on my terrace where I lived then and was going through ‘another’ draft of Silent Prisoner and had decided to put into print. Without much thought I picked up a charcoal piece and began to draw on tablet. I wanted to draw so that I could put my feelings into how I felt. The first draft I smudged with my sleeve. The second draft I thought looked “clean” with no smudges. I showed it to a friend and he said, “I see you have drawn the cover for Silent Prisoner. I looked at it and said, “I suppose so but it looks so sad.” He said, “It is a sad story.”

Has it been a bumpy ride to becoming a published author or has it been pretty well smooth sailing?

I mailed out many manuscripts years ago. I contacted agents and because I am “not known” they would not talk to me. That is fine now. I see people’s faces when they read my stories. I put my books in print on demand because I believe that my story ‘Silent Prisoner’ especially can and will help others. It is my hope that who I wrote it for, will find it.

For this particular book, how long did it take from the time you signed the contract to its release?

There is no contract. I own the copyrights. Booksurge.com put into print.

Do you have an agent and, if so, would you mind sharing who he/is is? If not, have you ever had an agent or do you even feel it’s necessary to have one?

No, as I said I tried to contact agents and they said that because I was unknown they could not talk to me. I asked, “And how do I get known?”

Do you plan subsequent books?

I am almost finished with ‘Life’s Journey Home’ – it is to me, Awesome! I am so proud of it. I draw on my experience of growing up without parents because of being born to two alcoholic parents. This story relates to my feelings and experience through a boy named Michael. It was emotional for me. Even though it is fictional the feelings are real. Booksurge.com is to put that out too.

Are you a morning writer or a night writer?

I use to say morning. But I have noticed that it depends on what I am writing about. It sounds odd but deeply emotional things I want to write as the sun is coming up. Why? I have no idea. But that has been with these last two, Silent Prisoner and Life’s Journey Home.

If money was no object, what would be the first thing you would invest in to promote your book?

I have no idea. I think to have Oprah say a word or two on my book because people wait to hear her words on what to read. She does not need money and so money would be useless there. So, I have no idea, really. A large publisher would know.

How important do you think self-promotion is and in what ways have you been promoting your book offline and online?

I do it all of the time. I have my little business cards and flyers I had made by Booksurge.com with Silent Prisoner info on them. They look great. I hand them to anyone that will let me go on and on. The girl that gave me a massage the other day got several. My dentist that examined my teeth has some flyers. My hairdresser got a book because he loves to talk and has passed it on already. And urgent care doctor that looked at my sore throat (he got several as he sees women of domestic violence) I even gave one to the clerk at the grocery store. Why I even gave a book to a grouchy old farmer that I know because his daughter is a psychologist. He read half of it at least. He told me the cover looked, “Pitiful.” His daughter has read and passed it on already and some of the flyers I sent on with it. My son says I embarrass him.

I have mailed out books to UK, Canada, Scotland and all over the US. Flyers and a book to many shelters. To any place that is related to domestic violence and childhood violence. And a book to Oprah, of course. Heard nothing, yet. But I might.

Any final words of wisdom for those of us who would like to be published?

I pray before I write and ask for my words to be something that can touch someone. You may write the book that changes the world at least a little. You may have words on paper that I need to read. I want to read them and I cannot if you do not put them out there for me to find. Good luck. I think you are all wonderful and I have such a tremendous respect for writers that I never had before. Thank you for your dedication and words.

Thank you for coming, Amanda! Would you like to tell my readers where they can find you on the web and how everyone can buy your book?

I am on amazon.com or Booksurge.com. My books are, Silent Prisoner, Megan’s Unicorn, Tessa Travels to the Great Nature God and Tessa Meets the Tree Trunk Children. And soon to be out, Life’s Journey Home.
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SILENT PRISONER VIRTUAL BOOK TOUR '08 will officially begin on Jan. 2, 2008 and continue all month.

If you would like to follow Amanda's tour, visit http://www.virtualbooktours.wordpress.com/.

ATTENTION!!! Buy one of Amanda's books at AMAZON, send US an online copy of the receipt before January 31 and she will send you an autographed bookmark, PLUS other incentives including free ebooks from Pump Up Your Book Promotion! Click HERE to find out what other incentives you can receive!

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Amanda's virtual book tour is brought to you by Pump Up Your Book Promotion Virtual Book Tours at http://www.pumpupyourbookpromotion.com/ and choreographed by Cheryl Malandrinos.

Monday, January 21, 2008

911 Suicide Bomber Book Gives Another Side to the Story

I am reading the most fantastic book. It's called Marwan: The Autobiography of a 911 Terrorist by Aram Schefrin.

I started reading the book at work yesterday and it was so good, I got 60 pages read. It's a fictionalized book, but he based the story on true facts. There really was a Marwan (something I didn't realize) and all the characters' names are real. The thing about this book is that it's written from the terrorists' point of view so you can see what their minds were like, what their upbringing was like, what their religion was like.

I have gotten to the point where they are in flight school and what was interesting is the fact that Florida is like the best place to go through flight school because of weather conditions and that's where the terrorists' chose to go to learn how to fly...and it cost them thousands to do this. Schefrin's writing style is about the best I have read in a long time or I wouldn't even be telling you this. Really impressed with this book. I mean REALLY impressed. I wrote up a little bit about it at Book Marketing Buzz (http://www.bookmarketingbuzz.wordpress.com/) if you'd like to hear more of my ramblings, but I'm serious...if you want a good book to read that you can't put down, this is definitely the one.

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Friday, January 18, 2008

Author Interview: Young Adult Fiction Author Judy Gregerson

We welcome today Judy Gregerson, author of the young adult fiction novel, Bad Girls Club (Blooming Tree Press, July '07). Judy is on a virtual book tour and we get to be one of her stops!

Okay, okay, my cover's blown...yes, she's one of Pump Up's clients and, yes, Cheryl Malandrinos who choreographed her tour loves my blog and insisted on having Judy as a guest...how can I say no to that?

Of course, I wouldn't say no to Judy whether she was our client or not because I've come to know her throughout her tour, reading her interviews and reading her guest posts, and this is one remarkable lady. But, I'll let you read all about her below.

Welcome to The Writer's Life, Judy! Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and how long you’ve been writing?

I’m the mother of two great girls and I live with my husband in the Pacific Northwest. I started writing a LONG time ago, but have been working on fiction for about 10 years now.

Can you please tell us about your book and why you wrote it?

The book is the story of Destiny who believes that she can save and fix her mentally ill mother. She also thinks she can save her abused little sister and so, one summer she drops her whole life, boyfriend included, and tries to put her family back together. What she doesn’t know is that they’re quickly heading for a cliff and they’re all going to fall off if something doesn’t change.

I was the child of alcoholics and grew up thinking everything was my fault and that I had to fix everything. I wanted to write about that issue and explore it a little further.

What kind of research was involved in writing “Bad Girls Club”?

I didn’t have to research, really. Most of the issues I knew from my childhood, although I have read tons of books on mental illness and abuse, so this subject was familiar to me.

How much input did you have into the design of your book cover?

Actually, I came up with the cover design and pictures of both my daughters are on the front and back. I came up with the idea when I was finishing work on the ending and the cover perfectly ties in with the last chapter. It was thrilling to have some say in how it looked.

Has it been a bumpy ride to becoming a published author or has it been pretty well smooth sailing?

My first book was bought by the first editor who saw it, but this second book was not so easy. I’d say it was very bumpy. I had two editors interested and both worked with me on the book and then ultimately passed. The last one wanted to buy the book but the committee would not back her, so it was as frustrating for me as it was for her since we’d worked on it together through three revisions. But that work ultimately made it a much better book.

For this particular book, how long did it take from the time you signed the contract to its release?

I’d say about 18 months. I don’t keep good track of time, so I’m not the best person to ask that! But that seems about right.

Do you have an agent and, if so, would you mind sharing who he/is is? If not, have you ever had an agent or do you even feel it’s necessary to have one?

I don’t have one. I sort of had one once. I had an agent who wanted to represent me and as we finalized things, she quit and went to grad school. That was interesting. But, no, I haven’t had an agent in years and years. I’d like to have one and I do have some things out with agents right now. I think it’s important to have one if you can find one because it allows you to write and not have to think about or worry about the business aspect of writing. On the other hand, I think that all writers worry about that anyway, with or without an agent.

Do you plan subsequent books?

I have several other books. One is floating around with agents now and it’s the story of a girl living in a trailer park who goes to some strange extremes to prove that she has value and the other is about a third done. I’m hoping that I’ll finish it one day but right now I’m doing promotion and I’ve returned to college, so it will be interesting to see when I finish this.

Are you a morning writer or a night writer?

I write whenever. Morning, afternoon, night, after midnight. All depends on where I am in a book and how into I am. I used to like being a night writer and burn the midnight oil, but I don’t do that much anymore. I’m a “write when I want” kind of writer, I do the thing everyone says you shouldn’t. But that’s me. I like to break the rules and I don’t do what anyone tells me. Unless they pay me money. Then I’ll do what they ask.

If money was no object, what would be the first thing you would invest in to promote your book?

Oooh, that’s a tough one. I think I’d pay my PR guy to do a media blast to radio and TV and then work on down the list to magazines and print media. I might even take out some nice sized ads in all the right industry rags. That might do something. On the other hand, there is no predicting how successful anything you do will be. In fact, I’ve had some great successes in promotion and I’ve watched other things just fizzle out. I had a few cool things going that just died on me and it’s horrible frustrating.

How important do you think self-promotion is and in what ways have you been promoting your book offline and online?

I think promotion is very important and I’ve been working at it for 18 months. I’ve worked hard at getting online reviews and reviews from professionals who work with people with problems like my characters. I’ve sent ARCs to hundreds of folks around the country, librarians included. I’ve also created tons of mailing lists which I’ve used and am still using to send out materials, books, and catalogs. I’ve done some radio and I’ve been asked to be a host on an internet radio station which I’ll start doing in the spring.

Any final words of wisdom for those of us who would like to be published?

Oh, gosh. Hold on to your pants. It can be a wild ride. Stay away from anything and anyone negative and also don’t listen to the people who tell you that you’re “almost there”. You don’t know where you are until you get there. Revise and then revise again. And again. Make your work the best it can be.

Thank you for coming, Judy! Would you like to tell my readers where they can find you on the web and how everyone can buy your book?

My website is http://www.judygregerson.com/ and my book is available at all the usual places. It’s been on 7 Amazon bestseller lists, so that’s a great place to get it. Booksense.com is a good place too. And it will be in Border and Barnes and Noble around the country in January sometime.

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BAD GIRLS CLUB VIRTUAL BOOK TOUR '08 will officially begin on Jan. 2, 2008 and continue all month.If you would like to follow Judy's tour, visit http://www.virtualbooktours.wordpress.com/.

ATTENTION!!! Buy one of Judy's books at AMAZON, send US an online copy of the receipt before January 31 and she will send you an autographed bookmark, PLUS other incentives including free ebooks from Pump Up Your Book Promotion! Click HERE to find out what other incentives you can receive!

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Judy's virtual book tour is brought to you by Pump Up Your Book Promotion Virtual Book Tours at http://www.pumpupyourbookpromotion.com/ and choreographed by Cheryl Malandrinos.

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Tuesday, January 15, 2008

AUTHOR INTERVIEW: SEPTEMBER DAWN's Carole Whang Schutter

It's not everyday you meet someone whose book is also a movie, now is it? I am pleased and thrilled to death to have Carole Whang Schutter, author of the bestselling book, September Dawn, here as a guest today at The Writer's Life.

Carole was born and raised in the beautiful state of Honolulu, Hawaii. She graduated with a degree in Psychology from the University of Hawaii and is an evangelical Christian. Carole has been a motivational speaker to live audiences, and on TV and radio shows. She now occupies her time writing, skiing and hiking in Aspen. Her enduring interest in religion and passion for history led her to write “September Dawn,” her first screenplay written in collaboration with Director/Producer Christopher Cain which inspired the novel “September Dawn.” Currently, she is working on several screenplays, and a historical novel about her home state Hawaii.You can visit her website at http://www.cwschutter.com/ or the movie's website at http://www.septemberdawn.com/.

Welcome to The Writer's Life, Carole! Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and how long you’ve been writing?

I feel like I’ve been writing all my life. I “wrote” my first story when I was 5. Completely misspelled gobbledygook with illustrations, but a valiant try. After that I dabbled in it, writing my first “novel” at thirteen. But life got in the way. I had quite a life, good and bad, in Honolulu and Aspen. Because of it I didn’t get serious until the age when a lot of people are retiring. As I was “unemployed” for most of my life, it was a good time to start.

Can you please tell us about your book and why you wrote it?

One day, I got this idea from God about a girl going to the California Gold Rush. I imagined a band of Mormons, dressed as Indians, attacking the wagon train and killing almost everyone. The girl was the daughter of a pastor who fell in love with the son of a Mormon Bishop. The idea wouldn’t leave me. I researched the Internet and found the story of the Mountain Meadow Massacre. I was astounded. I felt it was supposed to be a screenplay but I didn’t know how to write a screenplay. How many of you know that when God wants you to do something, He opens the doors? Not knowing how to write a screenplay was a technicality. Years before, the Lord made sure I became friends with Christopher and Sharon Cain. He was a movie producer/director and screenwriter. And in a flash, my dream of becoming a writer was restored.

What kind of research was involved in writing “September Dawn”?

Two years, thousands of pages downloaded off the internet, over 50 resources from the sermons preserved by the Mormon Church to confessions, congressional hearings, depositions, history books, autobiographies, the list was extensive.

How much input did you have into the design of your book cover?

I just told the graphic designers to use the poster for the front and my favorite shot in the movie in back.

Has it been a bumpy ride to becoming a published author or has it been pretty well smooth sailing?

Very bumpy. I wrote and rewrote the book after the movie was made. My first attempt was too much information, not enough fiction. I had a wonderful editor, Kathi Macias, who really taught me to write. I got a great agent right away, Greg Johnson, but selling a controversial book like this was hard. And, I wanted it to come out with the movie which was scheduled a long time before it was actually released and no one could or would get the book out with the movie. Kathi and Greg both suggested I go to Authorhouse and self-publish, so that is what I did.

For this particular book, how long did it take from the time you signed the contract to its release?

As I went to Authorhouse, I could fast track it.

Do you have an agent and, if so, would you mind sharing who he/is is? If not, have you ever had an agent or do you even feel it’s necessary to have one?

Greg Johnson was or is my agent. I don’t have a screenwriter’s agent. It hasn’t seemed to matter. I sold my first two screenplays, one of them became a movie and the other is going into production next year. But, I’m unusual.

Do you plan subsequent books?

Yes. I really like doing screenplays but I wrote a book when I was in my twenties and have redone it maybe ten times (compared with 40-50 rewrites on a script). It is a historical family saga that takes place in Hawaii starting at the turn of the century, going into modern times. I have to update it. Maybe add a fourth generation. And, I like writing Inspirational books. I’m working on a rewrite of one now. All that, and a third screenplay too.

Are you a morning writer or a night writer?

Definitely a night owl. When Chris Cain and I wrote the screenplay it was funny. I would send him emails at 3AM and he would respond when he woke up at 6 AM.

If money was no object, what would be the first thing you would invest in to promote your book?

A good publicist.

How important do you think self-promotion is and in what ways have you been promoting your book offline and online?

I have found it is terribly important. God sent me an angel, a young lady named Tracy B Evans who wrote “Fatal Kidnapping,” she has helped this old lady navigate the Internet. One of my best friends is a very successful entrepreneur in several businesses and she told me, you have to promote yourself. That’s how she started when she had nothing. Now, she’s wildly successful and thinking of being a entrepreneur’s coach. Business is business, whether it’s a book you’re selling or cosmetics.

Any final words of wisdom for those of us who would like to be published?

It’s a tedious process. I don’t know if I’m the right one to advise as everything I’ve done is outside of the norm. But I think getting a great editor like Kathi Macias is very important. One has to send in a clean manuscript. If you really believe in yourself and have the money, and the time to promote yourself, go to Authorhouse.

Thank you for coming, Carole! Would you like to tell my readers where they can find you on the web and how everyone can buy your book?

http://www.cwschutter.com/

You can buy my book online at Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Books a million and in Borders bookstores and other bookstores in your neighborhood.


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SEPTEMBER DAWN VIRTUAL BOOK TOUR '08 will officially begin on Jan. 2, 2008 and continue all month.If you would like to follow Carole's tour, visit http://www.virtualbooktours.wordpress.com/.

ATTENTION!!! Buy one of Carole's books at AMAZON, send US an online copy of the receipt before January 31 and she will send you an autographed bookmark, a downloadable e-copy of the screenplay from the movie, SEPTEMBER DAWN, which played in theatres around the country AND a free downloadable e-copy of the shooting schedule! PLUS other incentives including free ebooks from Pump Up Your Book Promotion! Click HERE to find out what other incentives you can receive!

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Carole's virtual book tour is brought to you by Pump Up Your Book Promotion Virtual Book Tours at http://www.pumpupyourbookpromotion.com/ and choreographed by Cheryl Malandrinos.

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Friday, January 04, 2008

Ex-White House Aide Kathleen Willey Visits Fiction Scribe on Virtual Book Tour

Kathleen Willey -- wife, mother and Democratic political activist -- was working as a White House volunteer when, in 1993, President Clinton sexually assaulted her in the Oval Office. On the same day, her husband of 23 years committed suicide.

Four years later, she was drawn into the Paula Jones sexual harassment lawsuit and subsequently, the Monica Lewinsky scandal, when she was forced to testify against Bill Clinton.

Despite being targeted by the Clintons for daring to tell the truth and becoming the focus of media smear campaigns, terror tactics, and witness intimidation, Ms. Willey has pursued a successful career in real estate, and is a popular commentator on political affairs. She currently lives in Virginia.

Read an exclusive interview with Kathleen at Fiction Scribe by clicking here!

This message is brought to you by Pump Up Your Book Promotion, an innovative public relations agency specializing in online book promotion. You can visit us at http://www.pumpupyourbookpromotion.com/.

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Thursday, January 03, 2008

New Character Interview Blog to Promote Your Books

Jaime McDougall is looking for authors who would like more online exposure for their books. If you would like to increase exposure for your book, check out The Plot, a new character interview blog, at http://www.theplotline.wordpress.com/.

“Basically, what I would like from all fiction authors is the book cover, a synopsis, an excerpt from the story, and the author’s interview of a character from the book. This will give the authors two or three days of content on the site.

Days are flexible, but I’d like to have one author on Monday/Tuesday and another on Thursday/Friday each week when/if possible.

Every Wednesday starting soon, I will be having ‘pub nights’ which are basically ‘come and chat’ type posts. I’ll be starting out on the first Wednesday with an author’s pub night, so people can see how it works without the added confusion of being a character. The next Wednesday will be a character pub night where an author can come as one of his/her characters (I’ve created the character ‘Rose’ to run the place and keep the focus on characters going throughout).

Pub nights will then flip back and forth between author nights and character nights. ‘Nights’ is figuratively speaking. The posts/’pub’ will be open for the week until the next ‘night’ is announced.

This will not only be a great place to publicize, but also to socialize."

If you have any questions, email Jaime at sylver1 (at) tpg.com.au.

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