This week in the Saturday Slush Pile:
- My first book signing and it’s in New Jersey
- The Spy Series is coming to audiobooks
- Google Play anyone?
- Follow me on the To Save a Viscount blog tour
- The Week in Social Media: An award, a giveaway, and crying
My first book signing and it’s in New Jersey
Well, faithful readers from New Jersey, I’m coming your way! I’ll be posting more details on my website as they become available, but for now, here’s a head’s up. Join me for the Put Your Heart in a Book Conference 2014 Literacy Book Fair and Author Signing on October 18, 4 – 5:30 pm ET at the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel in Iselin, NJ. I’ll be giving away e-books. Yes, giving them away! I’ll also have some fun swag, so come on out!
The Spy Series is coming to audiobooks
That’s right. I’ve started the process of getting narrator auditions for the Spy Series. So if you’re like me and enjoy a good audiobook, you’ll soon be able to listen to Jane & Richard, Nathan & Nora, and Alec & Sarah come to life. More details coming soon!
Google Play anyone?
I’ll admit. I’m an Apple addict. (I say as I type this on my second Mac laptop…) So I feel delinquent in delivering to you diehard Android folks a chance to get my books through Google Play. I’ve started setting this up as well and will post links as the books become available in the Google Play store. Thank you, Android readers, for waiting for me to get on the bandwagon!
Follow me on the To Save a Viscount blog tour
All this month I will be visiting with fellow writers and talking about To Save a Viscount. And boy have I been asked some interesting questions! Don’t miss what I have to say, and follow along as I post appearances on social media and this blog.
Let’s kick off the month with a little editing advice I shared with writer Ana Morgan.
The Week in Social Media: An award, a giveaway, and crying
We can’t be on every social media site every day of the week, so here are some snippets from my week in social media.
In case I failed to mention it.
Writer Tina Gayle is giving away some books.
And I hope you don’t do this, this weekend.