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Have you tried online dating? Did you have an unusually funny or disturbing experience? Author Mary Everist did! A simple Google search revealed that she dated twice after meeting online was wanted by authorities in another state. She turned him in, and he was arrested before dinnertime that day. Only then did she realize the […]
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After successfully selling my new book in three independent book stores, one owner told me that he couldn’t afford to stock my book. I referred him to the wholesale order link at BookLocker.
It happened again this week. And, unfortunately, it happens ALL the time. Conference organizers/coordinators and their employees (and even bookstores!) drop the ball. After hiring you (or charging you!) to appear at their event, and after promising to order dozens or even hundreds of your books for their attendees, they fail to do so. The author, after making plans to attend, to present, or just to sell, and perhaps even after buying a plane ticket, and reserving a rental car and hotel room, is stuck at a table (or in front of a podium) with no books for their eager, book-buying audience.
On Tuesday morning, we woke up to a very breezy, warm day. Well, warm as in the mid-70’s. It was so gorgeous that we opened all the windows and sliding glass doors.