Juggling Again

I'm working on the PSWA program--something that I'll be doing off an on until the conference itself arrives in 2010. Meanwhile I have to promote it. The cheapest rate to sign up is October 31 so I want to let everyone know about that.

And of course I have to work on the promotion for Dispel the Mist. The copies I've ordered haven't arrived yet, but when they do, I have to up the promotion, send out review copies and find more places to give talks about it.

While all this is going on I'm also working on my next Rocky Bluff P.D. crime novel. Actually it's all written, but I still have to finish reading it to my critique group and there are other changes I need to make. I do have a title though, Angel Lost, at least I think that's what it's going to be. I've had a couple of others before this one.

I'm spending time on Facebook and other sites like that because I need to keep reminding people about the PSWA conference and Dispel the Mist.

Today I take off for Ridgecrest for my talk with the Ridgewriters group. I'm going to show them my Kindle, talk about books on Kindle, as well as all the things writers can do on-line these days to promote their books.

What really surprises me is how many writers don't know what they ought to be doing. Some are my friends--and don't think they have enough time to do online promotion. I'm not going to argue, but that is not the best way to look at promotion.

Anyway, what it comes down to is a juggling act--one that must of the writers I know who actually want to sell their books and make their name known--have figured out how to do.

Marilyn
http://fictionforyou.com

Comments

Morgan Mandel said…
I like Angel Lost for a title.
Have fun juggling!

Morgan Mandel
http://www.morganmandel.com
http://choiceonepublishing.com
Juggling eh? What's new! Good luck, hope you don't drop a ball! Even if you do, at least the ball isn't burning. Or is it?
Maryann Miller said…
Like the thought of juggling. That's what we all are doing, but I have terrible hand-eye coordination. :-)

On another note, I want to tell you that I have passed ont he Kreativ Blog Award to you. I so admire you for all you do and how well you "juggle" all those things. And your blog is very pretty, easy to navigate, and very informative.

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