Tuesday, March 30, 2010

My interview on "Your Book Is Your Hook!"

To read my post about my great experience on "Your Book Is Your Hook!," click here: "My Book Is My Hook!"

Click here to hear my interview on "Your Book Is Your Hook!" Jennifer and I talk about writing fiction, the future of publishing, and how you, too, can use your book as your hook.

I have had the pleasure of writing a guest blog called "It Takes a Village to Raise Book Sales" for the "Your Book Is Your Hook!" website.

Here's an excerpt:
So you want to write a novel or start your own publishing company. Both are worthwhile goals. And given the time and dedication, you can do both. But you may need more than a little help from your friends. You may need the help of a dazzling array of professionals.

Read the rest of the article here.


Monday, March 29, 2010

My Book Is My Hook!

I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Jennifer S. Wilkov for an interview on her WomensRadio network program “Your Book Is Your Hook!” Jennifer’s program is a wonderful tool for anyone in any facet of the book industry. She has had interesting and enlightening conversations with experts from practically every aspect of publishing – public relations, writing, publishing –she’s covered it all!

Jennifer is warm, friendly, articulate, and a very intelligent host, and I am thrilled to have had the opportunity to work with her and “Your Book Is Your Hook!” Her enthusiasm for the publishing industry is inspiring. In a world where the "author" demographic is not always understood, Jennifer offers a smart program that is specifically targeted for authors and industry professionals. I am thankful for this media outlet, and I encourage everyone to check out her program, Tuesdays at 9:00 AM on WomensRadio.

It is always a pleasure to take part in something so meaningful, and I hope you’ll check out “Your Book Is Your Hook!” My interview will air tomorrow (I’ll put links up when they become available, so check back!). In the meantime, check out this show, featuring author Victoria Moran , and make sure to look at the related articles below. I know you’ll enjoy them as I have.

Thank you, Jennifer, for a great opportunity!

ETA: The link to my interview is here! It will go live Tuesday, March 30, at 9 AM Eastern Time. Enjoy!

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

QA posted at Romance Reviews Today

I was recently interviewed by the lovely Patti at Romance Reviews Today, and the interview has been published! Check out the QA with Jill Shure and Romance Reviews Today to keep up with the best and brightest reviews on the web.

Thanks, Patti!

Monday, March 22, 2010

You Can Call Me Publisher

From my article "You Can Call Me Publisher" at MORE.com.:

At my age, you face unpleasant changes. You don't jump at the chance to drag on that one piece suit for a swim. You don't always sleep like a log. And your doctor may tell you that besides sleep apnea, you grind your teeth. You have small pains. You have birthdays you once associated with people who ate oatmeal for dinner. But there are good things, too. You finally know what makes you happy.

Read the rest of my article, "You Can Call Me Publisher" at MORE.com. Visit MORE.com for more great articles and ideas.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Q&A at Romance Author Buzz

I am beyond thrilled to have a Q&A featuring me at Romance Author Buzz , along with a chance to win copies of the books in the "Night" series.

Take a look! And special thanks to the blog admin, Marilyn, who is undergoing surgery soon. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers.

Friday, March 12, 2010

Guest Blog at The Romance Book Club

I am humbled to be featured as a guest blogger at The Romance Book Club. My post, Love Knows No (Genre) Boundaries, discusses genres, subgenres, and how authors and readers handle them and respond to them.

Take a look!

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Guest Blog at Romance Junkies

I am honored and thrilled to be featured as a guest blogger at the Romance Junkies blog. The community is rich with readers and authors, all passionate about reading.

You can check out my guest blog here: Why I Love Time-Travel Romance, or Why I Send Heroines Back 70 Years.

Check out Romance Junkies, a great resource for all things romance!