Unexpected response to My Blog

I am pleased that I have 49 views on my Blog and also comments.  I have 23 Blog Posts and hope to continue writing on my Blog daily.  When I started My Blog I never imagined that I would have any views. 

So ‘thank you’ everyone for reading comments and my blog posts.

Kathy Lette is an author who I am following and she is one of my followers. She has written a book about raising an autistic son and has tweeted me enquiring about my son who is autistic.  Her book is titled ‘The Boy Who Fell to Earth.’

The 12 Commandments of Self-Publishing Your Book

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Mark Evans

The two most common questions people ask me about producing Mrs God are: how long did it take you to write it, and how did you find the time to write it? This highlights a simple truth about self-publishing a book. People have no idea just how difficult it is. People focus on the writing process, the where and how of it, but they don’t realise that there are hidden months of work that comes after the writing is finished.

Then I thought, maybe would-be writers out there don’t realise it either. As some kind of pay-it-forward gesture, I’ve written down my 12 Commandments of Self-Publishing. It’ll show you how much work is involved and it’ll keep you away from the many errors I made on my own journey in getting Mrs God into the virtual bookshop called Amazon.

dinos1) Don’t start in the spring – This is…

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Advertising Your Writing

Short stories and other artistic endeavors

furry friendsFor the next 40 days or so I plan to list 30 places to advertise e books for free. By helping you, I’ll be helping myself to stay motivated to advertise my own e book. The list is no particular order, but they will all be used and tested.

Number 1. http://www.free-online-novels.com

They have a form you use to submit your book. Your book must be free. The owner of the site responds within a week and adds a link to your book.

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Running late

Off to TAFE today after a one week break.  Left my bag at home as I was rushing out to the car.  Drove home picked up my bag.  My husband was driving me back to TAFE, and was caught speeding.  Received a $289 fine and 3 demerit points.  Snowballing effect of events not good to start the last term and also the last month of completing the Diploma in Professional Writing and Editing.  Looking forward to better days.

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I have found Goodreads has been helpful in suggesting new books for reading and also tracking and advising me on what I am reading.