Forgive the rambling, jumpy nature of this post, but my brain is officially fried after completing my copy edits and worrying about how to spell things like "bat shit crazy".
I'm very excited that FURTHER CONFESSIONS OF A SLIGHTLY NEUROTIC HITWOMAN will be out in less than two months!
It's been so cool to have readers tell me they've already preordered their copy, bloggers offer to have me do guest posts for them, fellow writers invite me to blog with them, and my publicist arrange another blog tour for me.
But I admit I'm admit I'm in a bit of a panic. What should I write about for all these guest posts? Should I write about the books? My process? My addiction to coffee? My love for my dogs?
The great thing about doing all these guest slots is that I get to meet new readers. Not that I don't love and appreciate the loyal followers here, you guys are the best! But considering book selling is a word-of-mouth game, the more people I can get my books in front of, the better sales will be, and the more Maggie and God books I'll be able to write.
I love interacting with readers and I'm on as many social media sites as I can comfortably manage. I've met some really fun people through email, twitter and goodreads...oddly enough, not as many thru Facebook, and I've just gotten into tumblr.
(You can find most of them on this page. If you're not following, or haven't liked me, on any or all of them, please do...and say "hi!" Or friend my on GoodReads and we can chat there too.)
Speaking of GoodReads, I was thinking of having an ongoing Q&A there for the Hitwoman series. What do you think?
Is there anything you'd like to see me tackle here over the next couple of months?
Why do you follow an author online? To get to know the person? To know when their next book is coming out?