I have finally completed my first self-published work, The Monster in the House. (Actually it’s been published for a year.) But, it’s DONE! (Start the Hallelujah chorus!)

Now what do I do?blogger-image--532495253

To be totally honest, I am flying blind here. It took me months to write the book and a few more months to format and publish the book. They say writing the book is the hardest part, but I’m not sure that is true. I think it might be the easiest. Writing comes naturally. It flows from me as if it’s part of my soul. Publishing and marketing do not. I feel like a fish out of water, a bird flying against the wind, like I’m working against the clock…. You can throw in your own idiom here.

So, here I am. I’ve written a non-fiction short story about my son’s life, a topic I am very passionate about, and now I want to get it into as many hands as I can. How do I do this?

I need to publish the book. img-thing
I need to create an author Facebook page.img-thing
I need create a Twitter account. img-thing
I need to create a blog/website where I can talk to my “fans”. img-thing

Now…. how do I get it into the hands of people?

I need YOU. That’s right, I need you, sitting right there, reading this sad blog post from a desperate writer, to help me.

How can you help?The Monster in the House Cover

1) I need you download it (or buy a hard copy).
2) I need you to read it,
3) Share it with everyone,
4) Give me feedback,
5) Follow me on Facebook and Twitter.

At this point, anything and everything helps.

I am completely blessed to have been given the opportunity to adopt my son, and then for him to allow me the privilege of writing part of his story has been amazing. We would like to share it with you.

Available on Kindle (digital) for ONLY $0.99
and CreateSpace (soft cover) for $5.38


Now What Do I Do?

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