When you publish your own work, you keep all the resulting income. In this episode of Diary of a Mid-List Author, I talk a few numbers. Enjoy!
In the last episode, I talked about the benefits of signing with a publisher. This week, I detail why I like to publish my own novels. Enjoy! ~ Suzanne
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In this episode, I talk about why I switched from writing fantasy to historical romance! As an author, I discovered how one genre worked for me far better than another. ~ Suzanne
I hope your 2020 is full of hope, promise, and romance. ~ Suzanne
Over the years, people have come to me for advice about becoming an author. I don’t consider myself a guru or an expert, but I’ve amassed a great many opinions over the last twenty years and I don’t mind sharing!
Diary of a Mid-List Author will focus on topics about the business of writing, based on my own personal experiences. Not everything I’ve tried has been a success, naturally, but I’ve learned a great deal from my failures.
I’m hoping to engage not just writers, but anyone who is interested in taking on a new endeavor. Have a look at my premiere episode, which is short and sweet. My goal is to post a new episode every Friday, so I hope you stay tuned. ~ Suzanne
I’m pleased to announce the release of Rake & Romance in audiobook format, narrated by the incomparable Helen Taylor. Have a cocktail as you listen to an excerpt and watch the sun setting across the water. ~ Suzanne
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Blurb: Juliet’s plans to wed Lord Elbourne come to naught when she discovers he’s obliged to wed an heiress from overseas instead. To salvage her dignity, she enters into a ruse with the heiress’s brother, whom she views as a rake. Unfortunately, he’s also the most attractive man she’s ever met.
When Cody Gryphon first arrives in London, everyone seems to confuse him with his wicked cousin, Lord Gryphon, whom he hasn’t seen in years. His uncanny resemblance to the man doesn’t make it easier to establish himself. Nevertheless, Cody will do anything to see his sister Stephanie wed to Lord Elbourne, including entering into a temporary engagement with her romantic rival, Juliet. Although he intends to return to Texas as soon as his sister is wed, he finds it increasingly difficult to resist Juliet’s charms.
Can a reputed rake and a debutante ever have their happily ever after?
Have a Happy Independence Day, USA! ~ Suzanne
To anyone who is a mother or who has ever had a mother, this day is for you. Enjoy it! ~ Suzanne