Have you ever had a project you couldn’t make work and you were furious you’d wasted your time? In Episode Fourteen of Diary of a Mid-List Author, I tell you how I pulled the fat out of the fire. ~ Suzanne
So you wrote a book? Just between you and me, I think that’s fantastic. Unfortunately, nobody else cares. In Episode Twelve of Diary of a Mid-List Author, I talk about the challenge of making people want to read your book. Enjoy! ~ Suzanne
Happy Leap Day! Today is also the day I release my first book of 2020, An American in Paris of the West. This novel is a slight departure from my usual stories about lords and ladies of England, but it has all the romance and manners you’ve come to expect…with an American flair.
Blurb: On the cusp of a new century, Asa and his childhood sweetheart, Katherine, are breathlessly swept up in love. After she is unwillingly betrothed to another man, heartbroken Asa takes a job in San Francisco to start anew. When disaster strikes, Kat strikes out across the country to seek Asa’s help. To her shock, she discovers he’s in a legal fight for his life–and she must put herself in mortal danger to save him from a horrible miscarriage of justice.
Download your Kindle copy HERE or read it free with Kindle Unlimited.
The pages in the back of your book are the most effective marketing tools you have. Don’t waste the opportunity! In Episode Eleven of Diary of a Mid-List Author, I share the story about how I discovered what I had been missing. Enjoy! ~ Suzanne
Sometimes, stinging criticism is the best kind…if it’s offered early enough and in the right environment. In Episode Eight of Diary of a Mid-List Author, I talk about turning a slam into a win. Enjoy! ~ Suzanne