It’s my indieversary! And stop haterz, self-publishversary just doesn’t sound as good, okay?
Whatever you want to call it, I’ve been a published writer for a year! A year that started and ended just before my birthday, so, to me, age 35 will always be the year I got my act together and finally started doing what I wanted with my life.
I’d like to thank my readers for buying my books, writing reviews, and helping me realize my dream of making a living from writing.
A big awkward girlie high-five to all the book bloggers who have reviewed my books, interviewed me, spread the word and held contests. I appreciate the support you’ve given me and I hope you all know how instrumental you are in helping to build my writing career.
To all the writers I’ve become friends with this year, let’s have a convention or something. And by convention, I mean a big party where we all drink beers, quote Buffy and get to hang out in person. You guys are the best. Thanks for showing me the ropes and commiserating and having my back. Thank you for writing books that don’t suck and feeding my reading habit as well.
Soooooooo many thanks to Sarah, my BFF. Thanks for the editing and suggestions and chats on FB and all the Busch Light/ Masterpiece Theatre evenings. If you like what I write, then I know it’s good enough.
Eleventy-billion hugs and kisses to my sister for lovingly and repeatedly telling me to get off my ass and write a book already. Thanks for believing in me!
And to my family – my crazy kids, my long-suffering-at-his-horrible-job-so-I-could-make-a-go-of-being-a-writer husband, my fantastically supportive parents – I love and appreciate you all more than you could know!
I don’t really have anything brand spankin’ new to give away right now, but if you all would like an e-copy of Day of Sacrifice Vol. 1-3, simply leave your e-mail in the comments and I’ll send you the Smashwords code.
Thanks to everyone for making my first year as an indie author a fabulous one and here’s to the next year being just as great!