Guess who's one of the spotlight authors this month on NovelTalk?
I'm trying to be really conscientious about getting out and about online over the next couple of months to make sure people remember I have new books out. It's been over a year since my last book, COWBOY ALIBI, came out (September 2008). I had nothing out in 2009, unless you count the free book I posted to my website. (And by the way, if you haven't read it yet, it's still up on my website, so feel free to give it a look). So there are going to be readers who don't remember who I am, even if they enjoyed my first four books.
I'm so grateful to have people following this blog who actually care what I have to say. I hope you'll tell your friends and family—anyone who enjoys mysteries and romance, really—about my books and this blog. Or send them to my website. I don't have vast funds at my disposal to buy advertising, so I'm really having to depend on family, friends and my online pals to help me get the word out.
I also want to remind y'all that I could use some reviews on amazon.com, borders.com, etc. Maybe you do reviews on eHarlequin and would like to tackle my lastest series, or even some of my backlist. I don't even mind if you didn't like the book that much and want to say so . I appreciate the honest criticism and hope to learn what I can do better.
You could also link to some of my posts on your own blogs. (And be sure to let me know if you have your own blog. I'm always looking for blog inspiration, as you know, and I'm more than happy to link to an interesting blog post, as it saves me from having to be all original and smart myself!)
But enough of the unsightly begging. How are y'all doing this fine Saturday morning?