We may not have it all together, but together we have it all.
On Miscellaneous Mondays, we talk about whatever happens to pop into my head—or any suggestion you may have made for a topic.
If it seems like I’ve been writing about my own books a lot lately, I guess I have. After all, promoting our books is the reason most of us blog in the first place. Don’t get me wrong—I love writing and posting blogs, and I hope you enjoy reading them—but always there is the hope underneath all this that people will buy more of my books.
Today, I want to announce that volume 2 of the Fancy series is now available. Fancy: The Search takes up where Fancy left off. Bank robbers had just ridden out of town in Fancy’s buggy with her baby sister Danni still in it. Follow her as she tracks them across five states in an attempt to get her sister back.
Fancy: The Search is available for Kindles. For the paperback version, click here. For some reason Barnes & Noble is having technical problems getting it online. I’ll put the link in the “Fancy” section of this website as soon as it is up and running. This novella contains a stand-alone story, but it’s also part of the Fancy series and would be more meaningful and enjoyable if you read Fancy first.
Soon I’ll be announcing a blog tour to promote my first two books. There’ll be some prizes offered, too, so be sure to tune in. Meanwhile, just know that I appreciate each and every one of you who read this blog. I’d appreciate comments, too.
What do you think about using blogs to promote the author’s books? Why do you prefer e-books over paperbacks or vice versa?
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Congratulation on Volume Two. You have been busy!
Thanks, Pat. I’m working at it.
Darn! I hope that Barnes and Noble gets the snafu figured out soon … I’m excited to read Fancy 2!
I hope so, too, Sis. It’s hard to sell books that aren’t available.
Exciting! 😉 I now read e-books first, and if I really love the book, I buy it.
Thanks, Renee. I hope this is one you enjoy, but if you didn’t read Fancy, I’d recommend it first. It’ll make Vol 2 more meaningful.
David, I wish you the greatest success with you books!! You deserve it.
Thanks, Karlene. If you try them, I hope you enjoy them as much as I did Flight for Control.