I wanted to wait until I was sure that the links worked and the pages were set and now--it's twu, it's twu.
Kissing Trick is available as a print book! An honest-to-goodness, able-to-be-autographed, will-have-a-smell-and-a-feel-book!
Guess what everyone in my family is getting for Christmas? (Question: Do I rip out the sex scenes in the one I give my parents? The thought of them reading scenes of oral sex that I wrote are just...oh, excuse me. I need to throw--)
At any rate, I'm just about to go and order a few of them right now. Some authors actually recommend ordering a 100 copies of your book to up your sales. What I want to know is: Where can I get $1000.00? If I had that at my disposal, would I buy my own books?
Here's what I would do with $1000.00:
1) Pay the past-due water bill.
Oh. Yeh. Okay. That's it. Maybe I should be more specific. What fun things would I do with $1000.00?
1) Buy the kids a Wii. And a some games and an extra controller.
2) Take the kids to Cold Stone for ice cream.
3) Buy myself a coffee.
Okay. Let me be even more specific. What fun thing would I do for myself with $1000.00?
1) I would rent a car for the weekend and drive down to New Jersey to visit my friend, author Jennifer Shirk. And my husband would happily and without complaining watch the children. And the children would behave like angels while I was gone. And I would be able to take a shower without interruptions from the two-year-old.
Sigh. Please hold on while I enjoy the moment...
If you had money to blow on yourself, what would you do with it?