What to do? What to do?

Okay, so Wild Concept isn’t exactly setting the world on fire. I have no idea what I’m doing, but doing something crappy is the first step to doing it well. Tally HO!

I have to set up an Amazon author page. I’ll add that to the list.

I know positive reviews are a good thing. I won’t pay for one, because I think that’s unethical. If there is a service I should know about, please say so in the comments. Sounds like I need to research; another item for the list.

I need to read more. Item #3.

I want to start my St. Patrick’s Day beer tour at Old Chicago, because I need a shamrock shirt.

Two new movies look interesting. I can probably catch one of them.

Most of my writing will probably be in the form of blogging. I have several topics to touch upon. I’m off Monday, and might manage a few lines of new fiction.

If the weather cooperates, I have some fruit trees that need pruning.

I need to get to my critique group pages. I have them all, I just need to read them and mark them up.

Then there’s my uber cool new fountain pen. It reminds me so much of my last story called The Cock of the South. I wonder if Amazon will accept that name? I filled it with ink called Bad Black Moccasin.

Right now it’s Olympic speed skating and fountain pen. After that, I’ll work on the list.

I used to do promotions in the analog world. I’m open to suggestions in the digital age. Let me hear from you.


Filed under Blogging, Writing

15 responses to “What to do? What to do?

  1. There are tons of book bloggers who will do honest reviews for a free copy. Go to reader and type in “book review” for starters. Papi Z over at Literary Syndicate does reviews on all genre. He had put a hold on accepting for a while because of school, but he might be open. http://theliterarysyndicate.com/


  2. Gede Prama

    I am happy to read it. Have a beautiful day 🙂


  3. Jim Lambert

    Guess what the Idaho Writer’s Guild lunch was about? Yep, getting your book reviewed. I’ll figure out a way to get you a copy of the handout.


  4. Congratulations on your new release. I like your cover quite a bit. Reviews will come. Today, I received the first review on a book I released on Christmas Day. Hopefully, you won’t have to wait that long. 😉


  5. I downloaded your book last week, and look forward to starting it when I return from this trip. I will make sure I also leave an Amazon review once finished.


  6. Patience. From what I hear, indie writers don’t see a huge surge in sales until they have multiple books out.


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