Fall is one of my favorite times of the year for several different reasons. First, when fall arrives it means that is time for pow wows. I absolutely try to attend as many pow wows as I can. If I miss this yearly event then I feel incomplete. Second, it means that Halloween will be here soon. Halloween is one of my family's favorite holidays, because we can just have fun and be silly with our children. Third, harvest festivals, pumpkin patches, and corn mazes are all part of fall. I don't look forward to the cooler weather but I do love the cookouts and bond fires.
Last night my family and I watched the Little League World Series. The Goodlettsville team played their hearts out and won it in the 7th inning. The bottom of the 6th was a nail biter, but the double play was amazing for the win. CONGRATS guys, I hope you go all the way.
The business side of writing is such an interesting journey. I have submitted several items lately, that part of the process is becoming easier, however the business cards and promotional items are becoming a task.
When I started writing, I never realized how much the author puts into their own promotion of their works. I have found this out the hard way, but that is ok. I am embracing it and trying to come up with useful and creative promotional tools. I love every part of this journey, well, not the rejections, but everything else is great.
What is your favorite past time?
I love to listen to music and go to my daughter's softball games, however most people don't know that I love to shop at antique stores and watch UFC fights on TV.
So many people are turning to self publication, however, I am still trying the traditional publishing approach. I would love to hear your thoughts about self publishing. I have read some really good self published books and I have read some really bad ones as well. If you, yourself have self published, tell me what made you decide to go this route and what were some issues that you faced.
Sharon loves to read mysteries, science fiction, and fantasy. She loves the fact that a book can take you anywhere if you let it.