This summer is turning out to be really busy for me! Way busier than I’d expected. In fact, I was planning on taking a week off this summer and taking a real vacation, but at this point it’s probably not going to happen until late fall. I wanted to give some updates, though, both on my fiction writing, my other writing, and my other projects. I’ve got a lot going on, but that’s how I like it, honestly. So, without further ado, here it is: Read More Some Updates!
Internet Famous is finally available in print, through Amazon.com. Currently, they’re selling it for full price ($24.99), but I’ve heard through other authors that once it’s also available through other bookstores, Amazon will most likely discount that to compete. Of course, it could take up to five more weeks for other bookstores to start carrying it, so if you don’t want to wait, you’ll have to pay full price. Read More Internet Famous in Print!
The ebook edition of Internet Famous is now available. You can download a free ebook copy if you’re a Twitter user here. Or, if you’d prefer to purchase a copy, you can do so through SmashWords for $5.99. The print edition is set to be released in October.
Well, today’s the day, as promised. The site for my forthcoming book, Internet Famous, is now live! Head on over to check out info about the book, enter the “Why I Should Be Internet Famous” contest and get updates on the official release date. Read More It's Here: Internet Famous site now live!
Anyone who’s been following this blog for long knows I’ve been working on a nonfiction book about social media (did I mention that last part?). Well, tomorrow I’m launching the…
Staying motivated over the course of any long-term project can be tough. Writing a book is no different. When you’re looking ahead at weeks or even months of writing, maintaining momentum gets tricky. My novels generally go pretty quickly, but this new nonfiction writing project is moving much slower than my previous books. With all the research involved, I’m only managing a couple thousand words a day. Read More Staying Motivated
If you’ve been reading this blog for long, I’m sure you already know I’m planning on self publishing a nonfiction book in the coming months. Self publishing has a long history of being ridiculed and looked down upon, so why in the world would I decide to do this to myself? Couldn’t I find a traditional publisher? Why in the world would I risk the future of my writing career by self publishing the first book I ever publish? Read More Why Self Publish?
I am currently working on my first non-fiction book. While I’ve completed somewhere around a thousand blog posts and articles over the past couple of years, this is my first attempt at book-length non-fiction. It’s a bit of a daunting task, the idea of writing 250 or so pages about something that I didn’t make up. And the idea that I will not be judged just based on my words and their ability to entertain, but also on the accuracy and usefulness of those words, is kind of scary. Read More Writing A Non-Fiction Book