When most writers disappear from their blogs for a week, or more, it’s because they’re busy with some aspect of writing. Not so for me this past week. My WIP has progressed only a bit since I last posted. Even worse, I accidentally deleted two pages of what I’d written the week before. I can’t… Continue reading Down, but not out …. and a giveaway!
First off, I want to say how much I appreciate every single person who’s taken the time to read The Brevity of Roses. And those who went the extra mile by rating or reviewing it, get a second gold star in my book. Most of you paid for the book, and I’m honored. Actually, that you parted with real legal tender to read my writing totally freaks me out!
Let’s be honest about expectations. Every debut author dreams their book will be the one the publishing fairy touches with her magic wand. Their book will “go viral” in digital speak, and suddenly the whole world will buy, read, and talk about it. Like I said, we dream.
I have a Facebook Page as an Author. I don’t know what I’m supposed to do with it. Not everyone who’s clicked to LIKE it follows me on Twitter or reads this blog, but a good many of them do. I expect some days when I actively participate in social media, they get tired of seeing my avatar pop up on their screens.
Blogger friend, Jennifer Neri, asked me to guest post at her blog. She suggested some topics, but then she asked me a question: Now that you've self-published, would you ever query agents again? Go to Jennifer's blog to read my response. [tweetmeme source=”cassidylewis” only_single=false]