It runs in the family. Dad was a champion at it.
Promotion is outside my comfort zone and it’s so easy to just keep working on things I enjoy more–like writing–and push off the promotion stuff until tomorrow. It’s always tomorrow.
But that’s the point. I have to reach the point where I’m reasonably comfortable with promotion. It’s not optional. Writing without some promotion is just shouting into the wind. Not very many people will hear you.
Last week, I had an excuse. WriteOnCon. And that was definitely not time wasted. But that was last week.
As of yesterday, the official launch of BLOOD IS THICKER is three months away. Time to get serious.
I need to start dedicating an hour or so a day to this–whether I want to or not.
In other news, I got the proof of the paperback version. And, you can read the first eight chapters of BLOOD IS THICKER free on wattpad. (The next chapter coming up is a fun one.)