I recently participated in my very first book club meeting where the book we read…was mine!
Just like everything about being a published author, it felt a little surreal.
I mean, this is what it’s all about, right? I could crank out a million books, but if it weren’t for readers, they would be useless.
I had a lot of fun and can’t wait to do it again sometime.
P.S. Book clubs rule. I’m just saying.
P.P.S.S. I know my hand looks weird.
A big thanks to everyone who’s participated in my blog tour so far. Here are some highlights:
The Reader’s Salon
I’ve noticed that a common theme in these reviews is that the reader wanted more. I get that the book ends quickly and a lot of questions are left hanging.
Good news! The Unicorn Hunter isn’t the last you’ll see of Jessalyn or Erik and I promise questions will be answered in the next book.
Thanks for reading!
The Blog Tour for my first book, The Unicorn Hunter, launched today with a review and short interview that can be found here. A big thanks to Blooming With Books for starting off the tour.
I also have to say that I intend to post a whole lot more on this here website, and my blog, The Brown-Eyed Girl, but figuring out what to post has been the hardest thing ever. This whole getting-a-book-published business has felt like a dream. Even when I hold my book–MY book!!–in my hands, it doesn’t feel real.
The critic in my head tells me I’m not a good enough writer to get published, therefore making me feel like a fraud every time someone buys my book. Do all published writers feel this way? Maybe I should take a poll.
Anyway, I am super excited (ok, MOSTLY excited) that The Unicorn Hunter is out and I can’t wait to share my love of writing with all of you. I mean, that’s really what it comes down to. I love writing and whether or not everyone (or anyone) loves my books, having the chance to bring stories and people to life through my words is absolutely amazing and I will never quit.
Tomorrow, check out Wishful Endings for Day 2 of The Unicorn Hunter Blog Tour!