Sometimes I get negative reviews. This is how I deal with that.
I’ve got a new headshot. Let me tell you about it.
I have been meaning to submit to the Texas Book Festival ever since I attended my first one last October. But between ending a series, starting a new one, so many projects for my clients, wrestling with taxes, sleeping, and falling in love again with the delicious camp comedy that is RuPaul’s Drag Race, I just had a lot on my plate this year.
I think it was Eleanor Roosevelt who said “We have nothing to fear but fear itself.” I wasn’t privy to the actual moment she said it but I assume she was probably high at the time. That sounds like exactly the type of thing you think of when you’re high. That, and why we say our “feet fall asleep” instead of calling it “coma-toes.”
A while back, I talked about how important it is to buy my books from me. Selling my own books has given me more control and a bigger bottom line.
As a new fiction writer, reviews are very important. And although there’s been a lot of hoopla about bad reviews, no reviews are actually much worse. It makes it seem like no one is reading your work–even if you know that’s not true.