Saturday, September 20, 2014

Query letter question


 I'm getting tired of doing the Have to Ways of query letters.  They are all the same letters changed to fit different agents.  Can't we just once do are own that's different that will grab their attention to want to read your book?

How can you tell them in your own way that you have a wide genre  from YA, Fiction, Historical fiction, Drama, Plays, and personal near death experience more than once in my life?

I have so much to share and am very flexible in how to get the book written from first, third, or both person.  How can you get an agent to take the risk to reach for the stars with you?

I'm like all other authors who want to stop trying to get their books out.  It's hard to keep pushing when you don't know what to change to make it happen.

Comments are very welcome.

Friday, September 12, 2014

Well golly gee

I'm actually getting in the mood to write. It's been an off and on thing going on for quit awhile. Horses, Rivers, & Trains is starting to bloom.

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Speaking Opportunity

I'm soon going to have the opportunity to speak in a High School English Class on how I got started writing, etc.  If there are any local teachers or groups wanting a speaker, let me know and I can work it in my schedule.  


Monday, September 8, 2014

Do you have a certain way to write?

Funny, but I'm having a hard time typing my book. I find it easier to sit down somewhere and write it on of my countless notebooks in random order. The fun part will be to try and find all my pages in the books and combined them. I don't even start on the first page when I start to write.

Do you have a specific way you write and does it change?
 Boise, ID Hastings on the 5th of Sept.  
Sold 4 books

At the Nampa, ID Hastings on the 6th of Sept.  Sold 6 books.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

And the winner is...

Lucky day for Kelly Leavitt Langford, and more luck that she is local. Thank you again to all who played the game. First time doing it so next time, I'll be more organized with the rules.