…but that’s life, right?
In my naivete, back in the heady days April 2009, I imagined that the act of publishing my novel “Owe Nothing” would automatically bring some level of attention, and – more importantly to me – some new readers.
Money is great, but to me, it’s a by-product of the other success: . . . → Read More: Writing the novel was fun! Marketing it… not so much.
My first novel, Owe Nothing, was finally published on April 17, 2009. This is, of course, the achievement of a personal goal that took me years to accomplish (I write slowly). It’s also an accomplishment in how it has allowed me to continue writing about my family history, using surrogate characters instead of directly writing . . . → Read More: Process: Casting a play with composite characters…