As I mentioned in a previous blog, I recently self-published my first novel through Kindle Direct Publishing. KDP. Storm on Savage Mountain has been selling and I have been getting royalties, even though I haven't don't too much to promote it yet.
I wouldn't recommend self-publishing to everyone. It takes a lot of learning and a lot of effort, but it worked for me.
I have been furiously writing a second book that takes place in the same area in the summer instead of in the mountain winter. Since it is titled The Haunted Train Station, I was trying to get it out before Halloween. Time is running out but I am still working hard.
I will be selling my books at Author Day, at the Carroll County Agricultural Center on Saturday, November 3rd, Westminster, MD, near the Farm Museum.
Because so much of this is new to me, I may not be doing things the best way to promote my books. I do have a lot more ideas, but worry I am neglecting my blog and duties I have with my writing group and my family.
I was thrilled to have my son and daughter-in-law visiting us from California recently. Writing had to be put on hold.
It was a good time for a family picnic and other chances to get together.
We even have my son-in-law's parents visiting from Scotland.
So many wonderful things are happening, it is hard to spend as much time as I should at my computer. So I hope you will forgive me for missing a few of my blogs.
I have enjoyed writing my blogs, experimenting and changing as I went along. I am planning to continue to write them. Now, they may have a bit more personal information included, as well as continued advice about writing (from people more expert then I am) and about books worth reading. There are so many wonderful books, just waiting for us.
So if you are in the Westminster area on November 3rd, maybe take a few minutes to visit me and other area writers at Author Day.
If you aren't nearby, see if there is a similar event close to you.
Have fun reading and writing.