I know! I can’t believe it either. It’s been three years since THE MEMORY BOX was released into the world. So much has happened since I self-published my debut novel. THE MEMORY BOX hit the New York Times and USA Today Bestseller lists last summer, the audiobook rights were sold at auction to … Continue reading .99 E-Book to Celebrate Third Anniversary of THE MEMORY BOX
I had the pleasure, recently, to be the guest speaker at the annual reception of LUCC: Libraries of Union County Consortium, to share my story as a self-published author. It was an eye-opening evening as I listened in on discussions about the state of libraries, what they mean to the community in which they … Continue reading Evolution of Libraries: What That Means for Self-Published Books
photo by Roberto Saltori Lots of great news to report on THE MEMORY BOX this month. That’s what you gotta love about books, right? If THE MEMORY BOX were a pair of jeans, it would have been old after six months. If it were a song, one month. A tuna sandwich, 2 days. But a … Continue reading What Do Turkey, Canada, and Libraries Have in Common?
photo by Marko Javorac Here’s today’s quiz: Which of the following is true? “You can read THE MEMORY BOX (a psychological thriller about a woman who Googles herself and discovers the shocking details of a past she doesn’t remember) while . . .” a) Riding a bike b) Driving the soccer carpool to practice c) … Continue reading You Heard it Here First