Tonight is the Reading is Sexy Kindle Party at The Soundry! Join me at: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/kindle-party live online to hear me read the first chapter of Feeding the Moon – the sequel to Blood for the Living! The party starts at 7:00pm, with introductions beginning about 7:30pm. There will be a panel discussion about indie publishing afterward.
I haven’t decided yet if I’m staying for the panel discussion. It’s pretty late & I need to be up early to get my eldest off to school.
Tonight is also your last chance to download the first chapter of Feeding the Moon! I’ll be taking it down tomorrow, and it won’t be available again until the entire book is published. Considering I have to sell at least 1000 copies of Blood for the Living before my publisher will look at a sequel, it may be quite some time before Feeding the Moon is out!
Tomorrow is my very first book reading & signing! Don’t forget to tune in at 7pm for the Jellyvision live internet talk show!
I’m excited, nervous & probably not as prepared as I’d like to be. Tomorrow morning I have to get a bunch of ones from the bank to make change. I also still need a decent ultra-fine Sharpie for signing (publisher recommends this.) And at some point, I have to practice reading out loud to adults. I’ve yet to have time w/o kids around, so I apologize now if my reading makes you feel 3 years old!
And in other news, my publisher STILL has not finished upgrading their sales reporting system, so I have NO IDEA how many books have sold so far! SOOO frustrated with them!
“Blood for the Living” has another review! Please check out the blog Taliesin Meets The Vampires for my first international review!
I’m counting down the days until my first live talk show appearance – just 9 left to go! I still have no idea what passage I want to read. I love the scene between Mathius & Alice on the roof, but it doesn’t showcase either the vampire or the scifi aspects, just the romance. I also love the scene with Xander & the juniors when the find the secret door, but it’s probably a little too out of context. If I can’t make up my mind soon, I’m going to default to the beginning, which is realistically the best place to start a story anyway.