This week, I’m hosting a free online seminar, The Trickier Bits of Fiction, at Coffee Time Romance. You can read the posts or sign up to join in here. I’m really enjoying it – and writers from all over the world are responding. And the seminar will be live for ages so don’t feel you’ve missed out if you don’t click immediately.
I love the Internet! And I love Coffee Time Romance.
Another favourite site, The Truth About Books, has made Starting Over one of the ‘unmissable books of the month‘, after a 5-bookworm review that made me happy! It’s also a Readers’ Choice book and you can vote for it here. (Please do …)
I think that online activity does more to promote my books than personal appearances, these days. Although – I add hastily – I had a great evening at the London Writers’ Cafe on Monday. I was on a panel with fellow writers Karen Mahoney and Leigh Russell, along with Blue Door editor, Laura Deacon. The audience was great! Full of pertinent questions and tangible enthusiasm. I left feeling buoyed by their interest. Click here and here for write-ups from Michael Braga and Lucie Wheeler.
But how did I get that gig? Through the Internet and the services of Twitter!
I love the Internet …