I think this coming week will be the most hectic one in my entire life history. I wonder if I'll come out on the other end without having a nervous breakdown!
So today is Turkey Day preparation. My chore this year, aside from chopping up various veggies I won't eat, was to bake a cake. The caveat, thrown in by my mother, was that it should look like a turkey. So prepare yourselves for a pointless sideshow of the process.
Seems like I don't have much time this month for the blogging ritual. Lots going on, so little time to share.
Great discussion on promotion topics. Read through for links, tips and more!
I've had a day. My internet went belly up. Normally, this would annoy me, yes, but today, it nearly drove me over the edge....
Today, I am happy to introduce you to another member of the Lazy Day Publishing family, Michele Villery, writing as Ty Langston. Michele's By Sunset/Book I of the Dragon Races Trilogy will be available December 1st, 2010, from Lazy Day.
After reading the interview, be sure to check out her blog, Shell's Musings at http://shellmusings.blogspot.com.
And away we go! Welcome Michele to The Dirt Blog!
Not very long ago, I introduced you to one of the lovely Lazy Day Publishing authors, Liz Borino. I am thrilled to be able to share a bit about more of the Lazy Day Founding authors, starting tonight with Thomas Drinkard, author of Piety and Murder, debuting December 1st, 2010. Please welcome Thomas to The Dirt, and don't forget to check out his own blog at https://brinson1.wordpress.com/
And now, on to our interview with Thomas....
It's been a while since I had a worthy Google search to post! Nothing shocking or head-scratching has been shown in the stats lately, though I'm utterly tickled to see that as I approach publication, I'm starting to get Google searches for my actual book title! Yay! Okay, so without further ado, here is this week's Google search:
We've all had the job from hell at some point. It happens. Whether it's a clueless boss a la Michael Scott, or the freakish job itself, we've all taken a job at the wrong place.