OMIGOSH, my head is spinning. Seriously, it is.
I started a few weeks ago, setting up my own dates for the blog tour for the “Make Believe” Anthology. Then, after the Arcs went out, all of the sudden requests started coming in from people who contacted J.Taylor Publishing asking for interviews.
I’m really glad that I took someone’s advice and found the calendar feature in my email program. I started making appointments for the different days in December… but December is filling up pretty quickly.
I also have to wiggle in a blog tour for Connect the Dots, coming out from Still Moments Publishing in their “For the Love of Christmas” Anthology the day after the “Make Believe” Anthology releases.
It looks like I’m going to have to double book dates – talking about Connect the Dots on one Web Site, and Last Winter Red on another.
Now, I’m starting to pull my hair out because I have a list of people who I “Cyber know” who I wanted to ask to host the blog tour, and all these dates are filling up fast.
I know, I know, just smack me. These are good problems.
I am starting to feel what I’ve heard other authors talk about in the past… Marketing is a full time job, and detracts from your writing.
I had all these lofty goals for when I would finish and submit Fire in the Woods, but they are falling by the wayside.
It’s true what you hear… this really is hard work.
What do you think… Do you hear about books on blogs? Have you / would you buy a book after hearing about it on a blog? What would make you interested in buying an anthology?
- The Blog Tour (writerswritedaily.wordpress.com)
- Blog Tour Stop: Darkest Sins (megancashmanbooks.wordpress.com)