So you knew I was working on bringing Kitsune-Mochi to you, right? Did you know I’m also working on a non-fiction book?
A question I’ve received several times on Facebook or elsewhere is, How can we help promote? I love that people want to help me (and other authors) promote their books. Here’s a great little article by Lindsay Buroker on promoting an author’s work. Not just for me — do this for any book you enjoy!
As authors, we spend a lot of time trying to promote our books. Our biggest obstacle is obscurity because there are a lot of books out there. No, really. A lot. Continue reading
Retail news! Not only is Kitsune-Tsuki now available in paperback (say, here, for example), but it’s eligible for Amazon’s 4-for-3 promotion — which means if you add Kitsune-Tsuki to an order of three books, you get it free.
And because I hate just flogging my stuff, please go look at the pretty pictures on the KITSUNE-TSUKI Pinterest board. There’s some work from really talented photographers, origami artists, and more.
And in case you don’t like that for some reason, here’s a picture of a cute puppy.
Kitsune-Tsuki was awarded the Luminis Prize at the 2012 Midwest Writers’ Workshop, a three-day professional conference for writers of all genres. The judges called it “beautifully-written.” As you can see by the photo, I was pretty thrilled! Continue reading