From the Alessa/Isaac interview:Naomi: Hi Alessa and Isaac! Welcome to my Paranormal Palace!!
Alessa: We’re very excited to be here!
Isaac: Thanks so much for having us, Naomi!
Naomi: The pleasure is mine, I assure you! Alright, let’s get straight into the nitty gritty. How are you both adjusting to life now that you are out of the spotlight, not that you realised that you were being filmed before…
A: (big sigh) It’s a relief! It was SO difficult during Stitch once I realize
So, yesterday was a busy day. I worked from about 6:30 am to 3 pm straight gearing up for the release and getting all the promotional work in place, updating links all over the internet to Shudder’s Amazon pages, sending out review copies to bloggers with upcoming dates, etc. By the time the afternoon rolled around I was wiped, but my husband (Deep) had suggested earlier in the week that we go out for dinner to celebrate the release and I’d been craving hibachi for a while
Here’s where you can grab your copy: Amazon: Kindle ($2.99) or print ($9.49) formats Smashwords: all other e-book formats ($2.99) Coming soon to B&N Nook, iTunes, Kobo, etc. in e-book format, expected by early July (And for anyone you know who hasn’t read Stitch yet, it’s available in all the same places for just $0.99!) To celebrate Shudder’s arrival, today we’re also kicking off an EPIC 12-week Blog Tour running from now until September 1st with 150+ stops at amazing blogs
In a new guest post up today at Reutreads, I’m offering a glimpse into the handful of things that are keeping me awake in these nights leading up to Shudder’s release. Here’s a quick preview: 1. How do I make my book NOT SUCK?
Okay, I’ll be straight with you – I don’t think the current draft of my next book sucks. I actually think it’s pretty good. But I thought that about my last book, too, up until the day I released it, and then almost immediately after I realized that I
So, the blog tour planning is going PHENOMENALLY, but there’s one hitch that’s got me a little worried: book bugs. Okay, I might have just made that term up, but this is what happens when a software engineer transitions into an author! As some of you may know, before I decided to pursue writing full time, I worked at Microsoft for three years. More specifically, I was a Program Manager, which basically meant that I did a variety of things including designing and documenting
As of around midnight last night, Stitch has climbed to #68 on Amazon’s Top 100 4-for-3 Science Fiction (General) books and it’s holding steady this morning! Not sure how long this will last, so I wanted to document it while I could! Again, huge thanks to everyone who purchased/reviewed the book yesterday – I’m sure that has a LOT to do with these rankings. I am SO grateful for all of the support! #amazon #omg #rankings #release
It’s official: Stitch has launched! Readers can now buy it at the following locations: Amazon – Print & Kindle editions
Smashwords – Multiple eBook versions
iTunes and Barnes & Noble – eBook versions coming soon! I’m SO excited to finally get the book out to readers! Huge thanks to my friends and family for helping me spread the word (they’re literally flooding Facebook, it’s amazing, thank you!!!). Shameless Plea: If you read the book, would you please post a review on Am