I suck at social obligations. Three Myers Briggs tests have found me to be an off-the-chart introvert, and my abilities as an empath once made me fear I was secretly from Deanna Troi’s home planet. It’s not a great combination. If I have to go somewhere, I soak up everything around me and it leavesContinue reading “Introvert? Empath? Good Literary Citizen? (2 of 3)”
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Can you sell books on Facebook? Can I?
I received a lot of excellent advice about marketing my books a year ago (thank you Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America) but much of it boiled down to this. Concentrate on Amazon and Facebook ads and stop trying to do everything everywhere else. I liked the simplicity of it. I bought the recommendedContinue reading “Can you sell books on Facebook? Can I?”
So that’s what he really looks like?
My vision of main character Alex was always more emotional then physical. He was solid, dependable, someone to rely on and hang on to. Okay, he was also tall and blondish, but that was about all I knew. My first cover for Twists of Time (originally published as z2) showed an outline of the man,Continue reading “So that’s what he really looks like?”