Yesterday was the Terry Fox Run for 2018. I planned on shaving my head (read about that here.) Guess what…?
For twenty-five years I’ve let my hair grow long (as you can see). I’ve cut it half a dozen times during that span, if that. This year, I’m cutting it all off. And I do mean ALL, right down to stubble. I’ve never done that before. You might be asking yourself “why?”
On May 12, 2018, I stood with 110 other proud, local authors at the Greater Victoria Public Library as they unveiled their 2018-2019 Emerging Local Authors Collection.
That’s no joke. You can read the first few chapters of my books, online, right in your browser. No email required. No questions asked.
So, my third book has arrived (or it will arrive on October 1, 2017). And to celebrate you can grab it right now for a special price.
The key to selling books, selling anything really, is discoverability. If people can’t find your product, it won’t sell no matter how good it is. An indie author lives and dies on discoverability.
Guess what arrived on my doorstep this week?
I’m two weeks into 2017 and I thought I’d take a moment to look back on the previous year.
After going through my editor’s changes on Vermin, I settled back into writing the first draft of my third book, David’s Summer. As I may have mentioned before, the story is inspired by my true life events. And that’s partly what makes it so difficult.