So I launched my latest project last week, If Love is a Lie. Sigh … always a big weight off your shoulders when you reach that point where you can’t tinker with the book anymore. And if I’m anything, it’s a tinkerer.
So what’s next?
A good question. Right now I’ve got a couple of things going on. First off, I decided to put a hold on starting to pound out my next novel. Instead I wanted to concentrate on the first book in my series, The Purity of Blood. As stated above, I’m a tinkerer, and of all my books, the first one seems to need a little tune up the most. Besides retooling the cover, I wanted to make sure the book was a tight as possible, because …. I want to try to get it reviewed. I have to say I’ve never tried to get any of my books reviewed before, and since I’ve changed my mind-set to a business oriented one when it comes to my writing career, it’s time to kick up my game to the next level.
On that train of thought, my other project is putting a media kit together. A media kit is meant to provide the media, bloggers, or anyone else interested with the basic at a glance facts of your life, career, novels, etc.. Sounds easy enough to put together, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. I started working on it last night and I’m sure will be doing a few blog posts on my progress.
So … do you have a media kit? Do you find it helpful? I’d love to hear anyone’s opinions on the subject.
Don’t forget to check out my latest novel, If Love is a lie, now available on Amazon. Click on the image below for a link to the novel on Amazon.