Wednesday, January 27, 2016

S.D. Skye's Hell or High Water 365-Day Blogathon Day 205 -- Hot Links Saturday

Hot Links Saturday -- Week's Top 5 Publishing Links  

Between the 9-to-5 kicking my butt this week and an awful cough I've been mentally out of it. Just coming back to myself. I'll start posting regularly later this week or at least early next week. Thanks for your patience.

Thinking of Publishing a Book, Here are Three Things You Need To Know...

Good advice is always useful to read. These are three pieces we can always stand to be reminded of even if we know -- especially #3. 

From Indie Author to 6- (and 7!) Figure Traditionally Pubbed Book Deal

Write because you love it, but if this happens, enjoy! 

Indie Publishers and Self-Publishing: The Future of Authorship

 Always interesting to see how the market across the pond mirrors ours. 

How Indie Authors Can Use PreOrders to Crack Bestseller Lists

Excellent information, but no information on numbers. 

The  Upstart Pub Behind the Surprise Hit, 'Calendar Girl'

I read this one more for the strategy than the story.


 

Friday, January 22, 2016

S.D. Skye's Hell or High Water 365 Day Blogathon Day 204 -- Fiction Friday with Nina Mansfield




Today's author is...

Nina Mansfield

Welcome!!


Tell us about your journey to become a published author?

I started my writing career as a playwright, and had my first play produced and published quite a few years ago. It was about 10 years ago that I decided I wanted to write a young adult novel. I was teaching high school at the time, and my students craved books with suspense and action. I wanted to write a novel that would intrigue even the most reluctant reader. The summer after my first year teaching, I finished writing the first draft of what would eventually become SWIMMING ALONE. Many, many rewrites and query letters later, I had a publication offer.   
    

Now, tell us about your latest release.

SWIMMING ALONE is a young adult mystery appropriate for readers 12+...although I have had many adults read the book and really enjoy it. The Sea Side Strangler is on the loose in Beach Point, where fifteen-year-old Cathy Banks is spending what she thinks will be a wretched summer. Just when she begins to make friends, and even finds a crush to drool over, her new friend Lauren vanishes.  When a body surfaces in Beach Point Bay, Cathy is forced to face the question:  has the Sea Side Strangler struck again?             
             

Give us one or two of your favorite lines from this book.

One of my favorite lines from SWIMMING ALONE is the first line of the book. Here it is:

Leave it to my mentally unstable, common sense impaired parents to ship me off to the only town in America with an active serial killer on the loose."

Tell us about your writing space and your daily routine.

I usually write either at the dining room table or sitting on my bed with my laptop. These days, my daily routine really varies. I tend to write in the evenings for an hour or so. Sometimes, I get a little writing done in the afternoon while my toddler is napping.  
      

What’s one of your favorite reviews/comments you’ve ever received about your writing (on this book or any other)? Who did it come from and how did it impact you?

John Valeri of the Hartford Books Examiner called SWIMMING ALONE "a wise and witty mystery." This meant so much coming from him. Whenever I get a good review or positive comment about a piece of my writing, I am motivated to write more.  
           

What’s your biggest struggle as a writer (or what was your worst critique)? And how do/did you handle it?

I guess my biggest struggle is finding time to write and staying focused. These days, I am a stay-at-home mom to a very active toddler. I mistakenly thought that staying at home would give me more time to write. I am constantly working on finding a few minute here and there to get my writing done. I also have trouble staying focused on one project. I have so many ideas, and I love starting a new piece of writing. Starting is one thing, finishing is quite another!       
   

What is the high point of your career, so far?

I guess the publication of SWIMMING ALONE has been a major high point. But there have been others. I was thrilled a number of years ago to have a story published in ELLERY QUEEN. Also, a few years ago, my short play BITE ME was produced by City Theatre in Miami. That was the first Equity production of one of my plays, so that was pretty incredible.     

What was the low point of your career? And how did you handle it?

I remember when I first started sending SWIMMING ALONE out to agents. I got many, many rejections. Ultimately, I realized that the manuscript wasn't ready yet. After attending an SCBWI conference, I decided to do another major rewrite of the book. I really focused on voice. It was immediately after I completed that rewrite that I landed my agent.           
      

Give us the name of a recent book you’ve read that you would highly recommend to readers.

I recently read TRAIL OF SECRETS by Laura Wolfe. It is also a YA mystery, and I found it very hard to put down. I was totally sucked into the world that Wolfe created. TRAIL OF SECRETS takes place at the elite Foxwoode Riding Academy. Not only does she have to deal with snooty girls who look down on her non-leather riding boots, but she keeps seeing the ghost of a girl who disappeared four years ago. It was a real page turner. And I loved that it was a YA that focused on the mystery rather than the romance.          

What’s next on your writing journey?

" have two projects in the works. The first is a graphic novel that is being released by Plume Snake in late 2016. It's called FAKE ID: BEYOND RECOGNITION, and it is a girl-power adventure. Seventeen-year-old Minnie VanCutler suffers an identity crisis after using the wrong fake ID. Aside from waking up with the world’s worst hangover, and being chased down by Russian mobsters, Minnie must battle her over-active conscience and rescue her doppelganger from a human trafficking ring.
I am also working on the rewrite of another YA novel. This one is a paranormal thriller. I am hoping to have this current revision done very soon!

What’s your favorite book on the writing craft or your favorite piece of advice to writers?

The best piece of advice I have ever heard was: "Don't be afraid to write a bad first draft." I can't remember who said this or when or where I heard this advice, but it has been very helpful. So often we writers try to get it perfect the first time around. But for me, it really helps to get my thoughts on paper first and fix them later.    

Thanks so much for stopping by today, Nina!!   

To find her online visit…

"My website: http://www.ninamansfield.com
My blog: http://www.ninamansfield.com/blog1
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/NinaMansfieldWriter
Twitter: https://twitter.com/NinaJMansfield
Pintrest: https://www.pinterest.com/ninamwriter/
Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4279557   
         

And to pick up her latest release, visit:

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013Y4WE48
Smashwords:  https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/569442


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Saturday, January 16, 2016

S.D. Skye's Hell or High Water 365-Day Blogathon Day 203 -- Hot Links Saturday

Hot Links Saturday -- Top 5 Publishing Links

Self Publishing Preview - 2016 

This is from Publisher's Weekly...yes, that Publisher's Weekly. When I started publishing PW wouldn't put Self and Publishing together in the same sentence let alone write a preview about authors. So the article itself is kind of amazing but the content is interesting also...

Penguin Random House sells Author Solutions 

The purchase of Author Solutions by big publishers was one of those things I knew would fail. I think they thought droves of indie authors would flood the business with a Big 5 name attached to it, but the problem is pricing...and indie authors probably caught onto the fact that using them wouldn't lead to a big 5 contract. So, I think this is as it should be. Amazon wins? No...I don't think so. Not from this anyway. 

How James Patterson helped Reinvent Publishing

I'm not a die-hard fan although I like some of his books, especially those for my son. But this article is spot on. Definitely one to read. 

How to Publish a Book In Different Genres

I wondered whether this was a trick statement. It's not. Check it out.

Are Small Independent Publishers Doing the Work for Big Publishers? 

This is interesting...but the same can be said for indie publishers too. More and more Literary Agents and Big 5 publishers reject authors that go on to indie publish or sign up with small presses and become successful...and then what happens? Yeah, you know the drill. This is an interesting read nonetheless.


Friday, January 15, 2016

S.D. Skye's Hell or High Water 365-Day Blogathon Day 201 -- Fiction Friday -- L.C. Hayden









Today's author is...

L.C. Hayden

Welcome!!


Tell us about your journey to become a published author.

Like everyone else, I wrote my book and dreamed that a major New York publisher would accept it--this is before anyone ever conceived of the idea of an e-book--and turn the book into an instant success. Ten years later, my book was accepted by a small, independent publisher. Because it was a small publishing house, a month after my book was published, the publisher went under. I was at a loss as to what to do. I had worked so hard to get my book published. I attended a conference and a man approached me.
"That's a shame about your publishing house. What are you going to do?"
I shrugged.
"I have an idea. Give me your address and phone number."
I did. After he walked away, I thought, That was stupid. I just gave a complete stranger my address and phone number.
When I got home, a letter for me awaited. There was a check for $1,000 and a contract for my book. Turns out he was a publisher! "

What sparked the idea for this series? 

 A failed idea!
 I wrote my first book and the main character was Susan who needed police help so she turned to Harry Bronson. That was my idea. Bronson would not be the central character of any of my books. He would just be there to help the main character. After the book released--and after three more books--fans were screaming, "We want a Harry Bronson novel." Thus the "first" one in the series, Why Casey Had to Die, was born.
  
Tell us about your latest release.

Secrets of the Tunnels, a stand alone mystery. A stolen Chinese treasure, corruption, a fight for power, murder, and betrayal are all connected to the tunnels. And the roads that lead to them are paved with lies, betrayal, and murder. Can Connie survive the Secrets of the Tunnels? This edge of the seat thriller will leave the readers breathless and will keep them turning the pages. 
             
Give five words that best describe this book. What message do you hope readers get? 

Fast-read, suspenseful, surprises, twists, survival.

Give us one or two of your favorite lines from this book.      
With the judge’s snap decision, Maria lost everything. Tony, her reputation, her reason for living. 

Tell us about your writing space and your daily routine. 

I have an area in my house that is my writing room although it's an open space that opens to the living room, the dining room, and my husband's man cave. When I get up, I work on promotion--answering e-mails, doing Facebook, etc. Then time to write. I'm trying something new. All my other books--all 18 of them--have been written long hand. The one I'm currently working on--a new Harry Bronson mystery--will be my first one written using the computer. Call me Modern L. C.

What’s one of your favorite reviews/comments you’ve ever received about your writing (on this book or any other)? Who did it come from and how did it impact you? 

I've have had several similar comments about my angel series. People who are dying or are close to someone dying, have written to me telling me how much my books has helped them coped with their misfortune. As for my mysteries, my favorite comments are about how I kept them up all night reading, telling themselves, just one more chapter.
Knowing that I've helped others and gave them hope (the angel series) and knowing that I've entertained folks (the mystery series) and made them forget their problems, fills my world with warm bubbles.

What’s your biggest struggle as a writer (or what was your worst critique)? And how do/did you handle it?  
    
The worst critique I ever received was about my angel series. Someone wrote: How can Amazon label this book as nonfiction? Angels don't exist and strictly belong to the realm of science fiction. Hayden's stories about "true" incidents concerning angels are a pack of lies. Shame on her for lying to us and telling us these "miracles" actually occurred.

I ignored the "critique." I feel this is not a comment about my books but about religion. 
    
What is the high point of your career, so far? 

Having my novels nominated for the Agatha Award for Best Novel, for LCC's Best Novel and Best Characters made me feel that I am doing something right. 

I love doing presentations--and the attendees love them too! When I stand in front of an audience, I feel like a "real" writer.

What was the low point of your career? And how did you handle it? 

Receiving my royalty checks! Once, I got one for 2 cents! Yay, me!
How did I handle this? I cashed my checks

Give us the name of a recent book you’ve read that you would highly recommend to readers. 

The book I'm currently reading is super. Great characterization. If for nothing else, I'd recommend it for this. It's called Burning Man by Alan Russell.      


What's your favorite book on the writing craft or your favorite piece of advice to writers?

Never ever give up. Go for your dream!         

What’s next on your writing journey? 

Currently writing another children's picture book with a religious twist. My minister suggested the plot so I'm doing this more for him than anything else.
But I'm also writing my next Harry Bronson novel.   
        
Thank you so much for visiting with us today!! Loved having you and we appreciate the great insights!
     
To find L.C. online visit her at:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lc.hayden.3
website: http://lchayden.com/
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/208872.L_C_Hayden

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Thursday, January 14, 2016

S.D. SKYE'S HELL OR HIGH WATER 365 DAY BLOGATHON DAY 202 -- AD TALK -- Booktubers

AD TALK -- BOOKTUBERS

Hello there! 

I'm still under the weather but I came across an article today about BookTubers and their impact on book marketing...which led me to check out the below video. Did you know there's a whole community of booktubers out there? News to me! Apparently I write too much to pay attention. 

These wonderful people talk about books on their own YouTube channels. What a great way to market your books....if you can get someone with a large number of subscribers to read and give your book a good review. 

Please don't start harassing people and tell them I told you to do so, but it may be worth finding a few and finding out if they have submission requirements.

Apparently, it's a new trend (shocker) given all of the viral videos out there now. And you have to admit there's a certain level of irony in going to a YouTube channel (video) to find out about books. BUT -- if you watch some of them, you will see a lot of cool stuff. Great way for an author to get reviews and be seen. 

Also a great way to talk about your love of books if you want to start your own channel. 

Check out this article...and then the video. 


Tuesday, January 12, 2016

S.D. Skye's Hell or High Water 365-Day Blogathon Day 200 -- Motivation Monday

Things have been incredibly busy, once again. And I've been sick. I'm fighting something that is dragging my energy level and health to the ground. But I'll be getting back to blogging regularly soon. Still committed to finishing my blogathon, it's just going to take a little longer. Health and well-being comes first.

With that said, don't think that I haven't been indulging in craft-related activities at all. Yesterday, when I hit a wall writing, I spent some time Youtubing and ran across another indie author I wanted to talk about--Russell Blake. This guy's writing schedule is bananas. He's written 46-47 books within the past few years. I've written 10 and I'm exhausted. He's become quite successful and is now working with Clive Cussler. I mean...really? That's pretty incredible. Anyway, he has some very specific ideas about how indies can achieve the kind of success that will allow you to write full time. Check out this article AND watch listen to this video to find out out (yes, LISTEN!). Be a sponge. This stuff is really great.


Friday, January 8, 2016

S.D. Skye's Hell or High Water 365-Day Blogathon 199 -- Fiction Friday -- Author Amy Shojai

Fiction Friday -- Amy Shojai

As promised Fiction Fridays are back! Over the next few months I'll be featuring authors from two of my writing associations -- Sisters in Crime and International Thriller Writers. 

Today's author is fellow SinC member, Amy Shojai. 

Amy Shojai is a nationally known authority on pet care and behavior, a certified animal behavior consultant, who also writes THRILLERS WITH BITE! which includes the dog-viewpoint thrillers LOST AND FOUND and HIDE AND SEEK. 

Welcome Amy!! 


Tell us about your journey to become a published author.


I call myself the "accidental pet writer" because I never set out to be an author. When I couldn't find any other job, I applied for--and was hired--as a vet tech. My interview took place during a Chihuahua's c-section! After that, I learned how many "pet parents" want to do right by their dogs and cats, but make mistakes, and so I began writing articles for pet magazines. My first nonfiction book was published in 1992 after a NYC editor saw my magazine byline and contacted me. That led to more books, eventually an agent, and a few dozen nonfiction pet books (30 and counting).
But I wanted to write fiction--thrillers--and at the time nobody was interested in pet-centric novels. "Only children's books with animals sell," I was told.

So for many years, I sold nonfiction books quite successfully while yearning to write fiction. When the Internet became the go-to free source for information, my agent no longer could sell new  pet nonfiction titles. Fortunately, we had the foresight to get my backlist rights returned.

In 2010 I took the "self publishing plunge" and became a hybrid author, bringing my first backlist nonfiction book COMPLETE KITTEN CARE out in Kindle. The freedom to quickly update and distribute, control over content, was (and is) intoxicating. Shortly thereafter, I was invited to join Bob Mayer and Jen Talty's Cool Gus Publishing, and they helped me return my backlist to life.

By this time, I'd also begun writing the novel of my heart and attending Thrillerfest. When ready, I submitted to Cool Gus and was ecstatic my first thriller was accepted. That qualified me for the International Thriller Writers Debut Author program, and my novel writing career was born!

What sparked the idea for your pet-centric thriller series?


My first thriller LOST AND FOUND was written as a stand-alone, but was
 so successful that my editor encouraged me to continue. HIDE AND SEEK continued the story, and the latest SHOW AND TELL has just released.


I wanted to write the book I'd always wanted to read: a pet-centric thriller with an animal behaviorist protagonist, and dog-viewpoint character, but NOT a "talking human in a fur suit." As a dog/cat behavior expert, I wanted my animal characters to be true to their species and the interaction between my human characters and the pets to be reality based. The   dog has his own motivations and character arc. And I wanted to address emotional issues that affect real people; Autism, Alzheimer's, dog fighting, drug rings, and more.


At the time LOST AND FOUND released, I hadn't read any thrillers with the kind of dog-viewpoint I loved, but since that time several have been   published to great success, including stories James Rollins. I have been gratified that he gave me such glowing book quotes for the first two books,   and the readers have fully embraced my characters and stories.

Tell us about your latest release.


The third SEPTEMBER DAY thriller, SHOW AND TELL, released December 22, 2015. The story again takes place in North Texas, only a few weeks after the end of HIDE AND SEEK, and revisits some of the themes from the first book LOST AND FOUND:

An animal behaviorist and her service dog race a deadly storm to expose a treacherous secret others will kill to protect.

A BLACKMAILER returns to sell a deadly cure.
A MOTHER’S DENIAL dooms millions of children.
AND A DOG shows true loyalty…when he runs away.

With her stalker finally caught, animal behaviorist September Day’s PTSD has abated and she’s begun to trust again. She dares to hope Detective Jeff Combs might become more than a friend, until his investigation into a dogfighting ring leaves her reeling.

Shadow wrestles his own demons. A German Shepherd autism service dog before losing his-boy to a health crises, Shadow found love and his true purpose working with September. Now his-boy is back--but changed--and Shadow fears he’ll be forced to choose.

When a desperate mom demands help, and Combs’s son disappears with his dog, September and Shadow must find the children before a devastating storm hits. But the children have a secret plan of their own. Only when September shows true courage, and a good-dog tells the truth, can they find their way home again.

Give five words that best describe this book. What message do you hope readers get?


True love means letting go.

Give us one or two of your favorite lines from this book.



Shadow broke his wait command. With an apologetic glance at September for disobeying, he trotted over to the stranger, and licked clean her tears.

Gun stink made his lip curl. Guns made ear-hurting noises, and could reach out and bite dogs and their people from far away. Teeth were better, even for show. Good-dogs don't bite, not ever, even when scary strangers deserve biting.

Give five words that best describe this book. What message do you hope readers get?


True love means letting go.

Give us one or two of your favorite lines from this book.

Shadow broke his wait command. With an apologetic glance at September for disobeying, he trotted over to the stranger, and licked clean her tears.

Gun stink made his lip curl. Guns made ear-hurting noises, and could reach out and bite dogs and their people from far away. Teeth were better, even for show. Good-dogs don't bite, not ever, even when scary strangers deserve biting.

Tell us about your writing space and your daily routine.


I write daily, 8:30 to 5:30 (longer when at deadline). Currently I'm writing on my laptop from the living room, because I'm sort of trying to spend holiday time with my dog and cats. *s* My office is upstairs.

My desktop computer is mounted on a standing table attached to my desk treadmill, and a second desktop and printer sits on an adjacent walnut table that my husband made. A long window gives a view of the back of our 13-acre property. There are three floor-to-ceiling book cases overflowing with reference books and novels from my favorite authors (many have become friends after meeting at Thrillerfest!).

I have a third (old) desktop across the room with Photoshop software that I use for images, and two very old but refurbished wooden file cabinets stuffed to overflowing with references. I need to clean that out at some point.

Finally, the walk-in closet has been soundproofed and now serves as my audio studio for recording music and my audio books (I'm a VO professional and actress in another life).

What's one of your favorite reviews/comments you've ever received about your writing (on this book or any other)?  Who did it come from and how did it impact you?


"I took a huge change and messaged James Rollins about my debut and he graciously agreed to read for a possible quote. Now, I'd been multi-published in nonfiction but FICTION was a different animal. This was super scary for me and I braced myself for him to decline after reading it, but instead got the following:

""Amy Shojai's LOST AND FOUND wraps family secrets, murder, and medical miracles around the small form of an autistic child. Riveting, heart-wrenching, and brilliant, here is the debut of a stunning talent."" --James Rollins, New York Times bestseller of Bloodline""

I cried. I still get teary when I read that. This endorsement empowered me to finally call myself a novelist. BEST-FEELING-EVER!"

What's your biggest struggle as a writer (or what was your worst critique)? And how do/did you handle it?


"My biggest struggle is finding the time for all the projects I want to pursue. As a hybrid author, I wear many hats, and because I write both fiction and nonfiction, my days can be frenetic.

I make lists, and prioritize what needs to be done in what order. Nothing makes me happier than crossing off something on my to-do list."

What is the high point of your career, so far?

Having my first novel published.

What was the low point of your career? And how did you handle it?


"Believing my writing career was over, when my agent could no longer sell my work. I gnashed my teeth, head-pounded the wall and threw a big ""woe is me"" pity party for about three years, and quit writing to take a teaching job.

But that made me even more miserable. So I held my nose to become a ""self published author"" and then discovered the aroma was dang sweet!"

Give us the name of a recent book you've read that you would highly recommend to readers.


As Night Falls by Jenny Milchman

What's next on your writing journey?


I have several books that I need to produce in audio format. So the next couple of months I'll be recording in my studio. And then, I'll be writing a dog viewpoint novella for Toby Neal's Lea Crime KindleWorld.

What's your favorite book on the writing craft or your favorite piece of advice to writers?


"My best advice to writers is--

WRITE THE BOOK YOU WANT TO READ!

Don't chase trends. If you love it and are passionate about it, chances are others will connect to your passion."

How can we find you online?


"Website: http://www.SHOJAI.com
Blog: http://amyshojai.com
Facebook: http://facebook.com/amyshojai.cabc
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/amyshojai
GoodReads: https://www.goodreads.com/AmyShojai"

That’s all for today! If you’re interested in picking up Amy’s latest read, please visit:


Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Show-Tell-September-Day-Book-ebook/dp/B017MDIU4K/booksbyamyshojai
B&N: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/show-and-tell-amy-shojai/1122930892
iBooks: https://itunes.apple.com/us/author/amy-shojai/id389242339?mt=11
Kobo: https://store.kobobooks.com/en-us/ebook/show-and-tell-16


Thank you for joining us today, Amy!!







Tuesday, January 5, 2016

S.D. Skye's Hell or High Water 365-Day Blogathon Day 196 -- Motivation Monday

Motivation Monday -- Maria Surname


A little inspiration for the New Year. Maria is a chick lit author...a genre that is my first love. And she went through many of the same things that I did--people telling you you have written a great book but there is no market for it. Or even worse, that your genre is dead and nobody even reads it anymore. Well, this is for anyone who writes in a genre or writes stories that don't fit the mold, the ones people tell you to stick in a drawer so you can go work on something else. 

I believe the stories inside you are the best ones to tell, even if they don't fit "the mold." You have to be true to who you are so if you find success you can sustain it. 

Enjoy this story! And happy writing in 2016!




S.D. Skye's Hell or High Water 365-Day Blogathon -- Day 195 -- Anything Sunday

Happy New Year!! 


The last 10 days have been a little bit of wonderful. I feel like I had time to catch up with my life (take care of home) AND get some writing done, something I haven't had time to do in ages. I feel more relaxed and reasonable. Got some new projects and changes for 2016-2017. And I'm ready to go! 

Blogathon Tweak

One decision I have made is to cut myself some slack on this self imposed blogathon. If I'm going to get these books finished (and I have 4 planned for 2016), I can't keep playing catch-up with the days I've missed on the Blogathon, so I'm just going to tack on those days at the end of my initial deadline. The blogathon will end July 1, 2016 instead of June 15, 2016. That way you get all the promised blogs--365--and I can focus on writing forward and not writing backward. 

J.J. Release Dates 

I'm working on the J.J. books as I also meet obligations for my box set coming out in February. So, I have not solidified release dates yet. But I do have some news about the series coming out in the next newsletter going out next Monday. If you haven't subscribed, please do so you can get the news exclusive to newsletter subscribers. 

Fiction Friday 

I'm finally going to get Fiction Friday going. I have a few authors lined up but I'm looking for more. I've put a call out but if you know authors who want to be featured or you are an author, please let me know! 

If you're an author in the thriller, mystery, romantic suspense, suspense genre and would like to highlight your work on our Fiction Friday feature, please fill out the following Google Form and answer all required questions. 

AUTHOR INTERVIEW QUESTIONS




Friday, January 1, 2016