Am gearing up to do promos - on those yahoo sites and wherever else I can. I hope people want to read a Halloween tale on Halloween. It's my favorite holiday. I have two parties to go to so far and I haven't decided what I want to be. Usually I have my costume planned by summer's end. I hope it isn't a cold Halloween. I wish it wouldn't snow at all. I'm not a fan.
When Dr. Cockburn's Medicine comes out on Amazon.com, I hope you will help me tag it. Tags are the keywords that help readers find books in their favorite categories. The more tags a book has, the higher up the search engine it goes. Cinderella Club has about five keywords tagged about three times each, which isn't many at all. People tend to find it because it has six really good reviews.
But poor Doc Cock will be all alone out there in the BDSM world fending for itself without your help. Excessica takes care of sending it out to get reviewed but I am not sure which review sites they use. Am not that worried. I'm confident people will love the story.
I feel like I'm giving birth to my second child and I actually have none of the anxiety as with the first. CC didn't get reviewed for weeks and then the first review was scathing. That was such a bleak time for me. It was actually the only review like that and I'm still wondering if that woman actually read it or skimmed the first chapter. Oh well, I don't really care.
It would be nice to have good reviews right out of the gate, but I will try not to stress about anything. Can only do what I can do. And I have to remember that it's about the fun of writing. I cried this morning listening to that speech that Steve Jobs had given at a college graduation ceremony. Something about feeling more free to live life once he'd discovered that he was going to die from cancer.
I'm not a free spirit - I mean, as much as I'd like to be. If I could be and be able to pay my bills, I would be. But mama just bought another pair of shoes. (I'm not a mother - what the hell is wrong with me?) Help me sell this novel so I can make a dent in paying my debts. Once I become sensible, I'm sure that will free me up to be that person Steve Jobs wants me to be.