Thank you so very much for Aunty Acid, Story Reading Ape! We all can use a laugh! It feels good and I’m sharing the smiles!
HA! – Finally Maxine is back! Thank you so much for the giggles, Story Reading Ape! You just made my day (and week!)
Thank you so much, Story Reading Ape, for the laughter. I had a great time with this week’s Monday Funnies. Do you see how I try to be on time with Mondays? A new year – a new try. LOL
Thank you so much for the laughter and giggles in your Monday Funnies, Chris. We all enjoy them!
Thank you so very much for your Monday Funnies, TSRA! I found these memes so hilarious. I had a great laugh!
Thanks so much, Story Reading Ape, for another set of hysterical Monday Funnies. I had a good laugh with those.
The Story Reading Ape makes us giggle with his Halloween themed Monday Funnies. Thanks so much for the smiles!
The Story Reading Ape provides us in his Monday Funnies with the “Halloween version”. Thanks so much for making us laugh!
On ‘The Story Reading Ape’s’ blog I found the link to a fascinating and very educational article concerning self-publishing and PR for self-published writers. Thank you so much Helen Baggott!
on Self Publishing Advice:
PR can feel like a mystery to writers. It’s done by experts and those in the field or the industry. But author member, Helen Baggott is here to remove the mystery and tell us how we can DIY PR as indie authors.
When I talk to other authors about their marketing strategy, how they plan to recoup their costs, I tell them, ‘No one will knock on your door and ask if you’ve written a book’. Authors have to reach out to readers.
My guest post about book signings and how to be horribly underprepared was published today on The Story Reading Ape’s blog. Thank you so much for your ongoing support, Chris! What would I do without you?
When I was happily posting about my first book signing, a couple of weeks back, I was looking so forward to what is going to happen that I was completely unprepared. I mean, what exactly would happen? I hoped for people dropping by at my table, loving the book, buying it and I’d sign it. – Wonderful me.
Normally I am a very cautious person, and I love to go somewhere, no matter where, and be really prepared. That day I wasn’t. I didn’t have more than only a few days to get ready for that book signing, and I completely slept the preparation away. There were many other things going on as well, but that isn’t a decent excuse to be as sloppy as I was.
What did I take?
- My books
- A couple of business cards (me and the books)
- Some Pen
- Tiny wing charms as giveaways