Julie Lomoe's Blog – April 2007 Archive (4)

My book and how to get it

I've spent the last hour posting on various forums and on my own blog, and it occurred to me that if someone actually finds my posts interesting enough to click on this page, and maybe even buy my book, they may wonder how to get it. Easiest way is to order on Amazon, where I have four ***** reviews, or on Barnes & Noble. You can also go to my publisher at www.virtualbookworm.com, then type in my name or Mood Swing in their online…


Added by Julie Lomoe on April 25, 2007 at 3:54am — No Comments

Psyched about Malice

Hooray, I finally booked my flight from Albany to Crystal City for Malice Domestic. My friend Marilyn Rothstein (aka M.E. Kemp) booked our room in the conference hotel months ago, and I'll be on my first national panel. All that remains is to figure out the logistics of getting my books there to sell, and getting my website up and running so that after I hand out my beautiful new postcards, people will be able to access the site printed on them.

I'd also been planning to attend the…


Added by Julie Lomoe on April 25, 2007 at 3:21am — No Comments

Creative writing, violence and Virginia

Scanning the headlines on the Drudge Report in search of the latest news about the massacre at Virginia Tech, I found a story so disturbing that I started a Forum topic about it. According to an AP story by Adam Geller, the gunman was a senior English major "whose creative writing was so disturbing that he was referred to the school's counseling service." Faculty were concerned about him, and the chair of the English department said, "Sometimes in creative writing, people reveal things and…


Added by Julie Lomoe on April 18, 2007 at 4:24am — No Comments

A New York State of Mind

Easter Sunday's winding down, and one week from today I'll be winding down from Omega Institute's "Being Fearless" conference in New York City. The older I get, the more fearless I become. I wonder if this conference will make me even more so? If so, I may become over-the-top obnoxious. But so what? At over 60, I'm entitled. It's no longer so important that everybody like me and find me nice. This week I'll make some more T-shirts with my book cover emblazoned on the front, thanks to my…


Added by Julie Lomoe on April 9, 2007 at 8:23am — No Comments

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