If you like reading print books, I have exciting news for you. I am giving away 5 free paperback copies of Adolescent Angst! That’s right – entirely free. I will even ship them to you for free. So it’s an entirely free book 🙂 If you’d like a chance to win one of these 5 free copies, just enter this Goodreads giveaway. The giveaway is only until January 6th, so make sure you enter as soon as possible. Good luck!
If you like free stuff, I have exciting news for you. I am currently offering my newest book, Adolescent Angst, for free. You can download it here. Just click “buy” and then enter this coupon code (ZR93P) for 100% off the book! You will then have immediate access to downloading the book in a multitude of different formats. My gift to you for being such great readers!
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The coupon code is only good until December 28th, so hurry while it’s still available for free! You can download it here. Treat yourself to enjoying a great read – a Christmas gift to yourself 🙂 Enjoy!
Recap time! July was an excellent month for me, especially with working on my manuscripts. I edited a whole book (Freelance Writing Guide), wrote 15,800 words in Chronicles of a Troubled Girl, and wrote 2,700 words in Freedom from Fat. On top of that, I published 22 blog posts (between my two blogs), was interviewed by a book cover designer, edited two of my colleague’s articles, published five book reviews, participated in a Goodreads Giveaway and mailed out two copies of My Not-So-Ordinary Life to two winners, read four books, and contributed to a writer’s blog post. I also got my very own, really nice office chair after working hard as a writer for over 14 months. I still felt – and feel – privileged to have this chair.
August is going to be really busy, I can already tell, because I plan to do the final edit of Freelance Writing Guide and publish it, which also means that I’ll be sending out copies to my blog tour participants. Organizing a blog tour is like communicating with 20+ colleagues through email – it’s quite fun and keeps me busy! I will also be reading and reviewing three books, and posting to my blogs to keep you all updated :), as well as my other daily duties.
I hope you will all have a good month and stick around to see what’s happening next!
I’m a little late with getting this post out. April 10th through April 23rd at midnight (EST), readers can vote on Goodreads for their favorite blogs. I submitted this blog to be considered for the publishing industry blog award. There are only 3 days left of the contest. Please vote for me! Here is the link: http://www.goodreads.com/book_blogger_award/entry/596 Thanks!
As I close my February work folder, it is nice to look back on what I accomplished. Overall, it was a productive month for me. I sent out postcards to friends and family about the second editions of my books that recently came out. I published a total of eight blog posts, which were all a pleasure to write. I published two book reviews, which also means that I read two books, too. I was interviewed for the first time as an author on a fellow writer’s blog. I met with the manager of a cafe, set up several copies of each of my books at his cafe, and made business arrangements to sell my books there. I made Essays for the Soul FREE for five days on Amazon and there were 78 downloads! I joined Goodreads and made some connections. AND….I wrote 6,700 words in Freelance Writing Guide and 10,000 words in Chronicles of a Troubled Girl! Thank you all for your support.