Thanks for the love, B.R.! I would love to be your friend! I enjoy your discussions on the forum! Good luck with your upcoming book!
I think I'm gonna go the epublish route the next time around. I'm very excited about it and so is my agent! I think it's something I'll enjoy. There's was more advantages for authors with epublishing. I don't know if you know, but I've been published twice by the "big boys" and I don't believe it's for me, for many reasons. Authors gotta do what's right for them and just because you get traditionally published doesn't mean you're gonna be happy or, it's right for you. We all have to take our own individual paths! Experiences help us to see things in many ways.
Hii, thank you! Just checked out your profile and webpage. Did you self-publish?
Love the music on your profile, totally stealing it!
I will read more tomorrow, I'm exhausted so I'm off to bed!
Huge Perry Mason fan here, although I do like his A.A. Fair books as well. I have a fairly complete collection of the Perry Masons, mostly the original paperbacks - sadly, though, the pages have yellowed and many have come loose from the bindings. I will attempt to 'friend' you - haven't totally figured out how the space works yet.
It's good to find a place with kindred spirits. I'm hoping to learn things to take my writing to a higher level. Of course, the main benefit is being able to communicate with people who have the same interests.
Thanks for the welcome. New to this, obviously, but have a question for folks out there. There's a great new author (well, it's his second book) that I've picked as best Canadian mystery of the year. But the publisher is a small house in Winnipeg, Manitoba. How do I get the word out about this guy? thx, js