Actually, this Cave thing is pretty darned effective. I got a little more accomplished on River Bear, I polished a Woman's World entry that I'd forgotten I had (still need to write the query letter for it), and I went back and re-read Daughter of Privilege. The original scene which I had written months ago.
Turn out that it's 41 pages of sex. Who knew? I remember when I wrote it that I was surprised I could write like that. It's not all bump and grind, though. It's the dance that goes on before, during, and after. And I was pleased with what I'd written. There's voice there. And it's the one Kate Duffy wants to see from that query contest, so I'd better get my butt in gear.
In other news, I was able to put a rejected WW short, Dublin Dreaming, into a Free Read slot with Coffee Time Romance. It'll go live October 1 with a few others under the PG rated section. It's terribly sweet. :)
Also, I'm shameless. I pimped my book at the neighborhood women's meeting last night. Had flyers out and my business cards. Read my blurb. Told them the basics of how to buy an e-book. We'll see how it goes.
You've a good product.
Why not advertise?
No one camplains about Tupperwear parties do they?
Hey, pimping your book is a great idea! Good luck! :)
Actually, I just find the word "pimp" amusing. It's not the sort of word people usually expect me to say.
You should have seen dh at RWA when I mentioned to a group of friends that I was a "series slut." He turned around and said, "You need to not say that anymore."