I want to thank Don Massenzio for interviewing me and posting it on his blog. He did a great job. The interview was posted on his blog Tuesday morning, April 5. Unfortunately, we were traveling from Tennessee to Alabama and I didn't get his email letting me know it was happening until just a few minutes … Continue reading My Interview with Don Massenzio
Here's a new book (debut novel, I think) by Cheri Vause. Please go to her FB page and press Like. Also click on the "read more" link to get a preview of the story. It sounds amazing. If you like suspense/thrillers, I think you'll love this book. https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Night-Stadow-Shadow-Series/430063467184063
Book Signing at 2nd & Charles Aurora - January 24. The author will be signing copies of the new mass market paperback from 5-8 p.m. If you like vampire stories you'll love this twist. A must-read for any vampire fan.
Goodreads Author!. Kevin Cooper, aka The Story Reading Ape has landed an author interview at Goodreads! He has written several great books and has updated his bio. Be sure to check it out. Find him on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest too.
Do not reply here. Post comments on original site: http://sbethcaplin.com/2014/08/01/5-things-you-should-never-say-to-an-indie-author/comment-page-1/#comment-544 This post re-blogged from Sarahbeth Caplin, author. This post can apply to a variety of people, not just authors. Some of it also applies to traditionally-published authors. Bottom line: ignorance of the publishing industry is a daily reality that drives us crazy at best, and … Continue reading 5 Things You Should Never Say to an Indie Author
Just a quick note here. We are traveling and have limited internet connection. It connects and may stay connected for two hours or it may dump out after ten minutes. Very frustrating and keeps me from being able to be consistent with my posts. So please don't give up on me if you don't see … Continue reading Sorry For Delays
I'm a night owl, or late night bear, whichever wildlife you prefer. I love both animals. But I digress. Last night was one of those typical nights in which I just couldn't get comfortable. I tossed and turned, thought about my grandkids and their struggles, and tried to ignore aches and pains. At close to … Continue reading An Unexpected Sunrise