Thursday, February 10, 2011
Monday, February 7, 2011
Follow her on her blog tour this month.
A PAST AND A FUTURE Blog Tour
http://ciaragold.blogspot.com/ - Feb. 1, Jamie Bevans
http://www.seriouslyinterviewed.blogspot.com/ - Feb 1, Romance Reader
http://mgddasef.blogspot.com/ Marva Dasef – Feb 2
http://bit.ly/f2evHV - Feb. 2 - Professor Baker
http://janiefranz.wordpress.com/ Janie Franz – Feb 3
http://heatherkuehl.blogspot.com/ - Feb 4, Heather Kuehl
http://barbaraehrentreu.blogspot.com/ - Feb 5, Barbara Ehrentreu
http://lovesbooksandmore.blogspot.com/ - Feb 6, Dawn Roberto
http://jaletaclegg.blogspot.com/ Feb 7, Aleta Clegg
http://www.jqroseauthor.blogspot.com/ - Feb 8, J Q Rose
http://lizzietleaf.blogspot.com/ - Feb 9, Lizzie Leaf
http://joyce-anthony.blogspot.com/ - Feb 10 & 11, Joyce Anthony
http://www.longandshortreviews.com Feb 10 - Judy LASR 13 Stories from APAAF
http://www.kaydeeroyal.blogspot.com/ Feb 12, Kay Dee Royal
http://mizging.blogspot.com/ Feb 13, Ginger Simpson
http://writerschatroom.com/ Feb 13, 7 PM EST, The Writer’s Chat room
http://kellyaharmon.com/ Feb 14 Kelly Harmon
http://www.suhalfwerk.blogspot.com Feb 15 - Su Halfwerk
Sunday, February 6, 2011
It was so fun to watch them watch me open it. You'd think it was Christmas morning. After layers upon layers of newspaper, I uncovered a 12" tall figurine of a pair of pink flamingoes. They were standing together making a heart shape just like on the front of my book cover for Sunshine Boulevard. It is actually a beautiful statue with orchids, etc. I told Sandy on Mon I was looking for flamingo items because if I ever have a book talk, I want to put them on the table. These are perfect! What a fun surprise for me and a delight for the gift-givers.
Sunshine Boulevard will be released by Muse It Up Publishing March 1, 2011. I am getting so anxious for the release date. It's been nine months since the book was accepted. It's like waiting for a baby to be born....LOL...
Saturday, February 5, 2011
In 2000 Stephen King presented his fiction in the form of a "digital novella" which added credence to the idea of e-books having a place in the publishing business. Today with the Kindle, Nook, and more e-readers, plus apps for reading on other devices, the e-book is part of the national scene, not replacing print books, but enhancing the availability of stories and information to readers.
With so many reading devices, there are different e-book formats. Nothing is standard...yet. So if you are confused as to what format you need to order when purchasing an e-book, David Normoyle has added a Format Guide to his website. This clear, easy-to-read guide is a great reference for you. Thanks, David.
David's new e-book, Crimson Dream, is available now at Muse It Up Publishing bookstore.