Weekend Round-up

5 thoughts on “Weekend Round-up”

  1. Sounds like things are going well. Good luck writing the non-fiction!

    Thanks, Bob! Yeah, things seem pretty good right now. But, you know, it can all change in a heartbeat. 😉 Still, we’re optimistic and hopeful and sort of excited. 🙂 Thanks again!

  2. Ain’t that the way it goes? Nothing, nothing, nothing…EVERYTHING. I like seeing you busy, though, and I bet you do, too. 🙂 I think I’ll be busy soon, because I am no longer Senior Editor at the new e-publisher–I’m now Acquisitions Editor, crazy as that sounds. It’ll be a few months before we launch, so I can’t say anything else yet.

    WOW! Sounds like a promotion to me! Congratulations! This sounds so awesome — so email me with some details woman. “I can’t say anything else yet” my ass.

    Anyway, glad to see you rolling along.

    Rolling along best we can. 🙂

  3. 3 legged cat with diarrhea!! I love this. Do I have to pay a royalty fee if I use it? 🙂

    Yes, but to my father, not me. It’s his homespun expression. 😉

    I have a Kindle and I will buy your book. Holler when the Kindle version is ready.

    Awesome! Thanks! Should be soon — today or tomorrow. Which stinks because tomorrow is David Shrock’s book launch. 😦 Don’t want to steal any of his thunder.

    Also, I’ve set up a FB fan page before, so just email me if you need help. More than happy to lend a hand.

    GREAT to know! I’ll definitely be asking if that’s the way to go with FB — setting up a fan page for the book. I know another author who did this and it seems to be pretty popular (though I can’t say home many sales it’s translated to for him — which is all that matters!). Thanks V. R.!

  4. Making a page for it on facebook is easy. At the bottom of the main log in page it asks if you want to create a page for a celebrity, band or business. I would make an author page which is separate from your personal page. That way you can get fans, but they don’t have to be all up in your business.

    I didn’t see “author page” but I DID see “Writer” — are these one in the same? Sorry if that sounds stupid, but I’m not sure because I’ve seen other people have pages for a particular BOOK (option for which I didn’t see, but DID see “movie”, so wtf there?) rather than for a writer/author. Which would you recommend: Page for Author, or Page for Book?

    1. I think Page for Author. I set up a page for my blog and I can’t remember how I did it, but it started with the Celebrity, Band or Business button.

      They’ve changed some of this too. Like I said, there’s no Author choice; it’s “Writer” which I guess means the same thing, and that’s what I did. Now I have to get an image up there and see what’s what. Thanks! 🙂

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