Re-Edited Second Edition of The Truth About Cinnamon Now Available in Digital Format
Hi! First, let me tell you how sorry I am for the scarcity of my posts over the last few weeks. All medical stuff is now finished (as of last Friday), except for the final surgery coming up on February 8. So the old (or even better) blog rhythm will now be returning–and I’m very anxious to get going again!
“Getting going” will really begin revving up as we approach and go through this upcoming weekend, when I’ll be attending the long-awaited second Writer’s Digest Writer’s Convention in New York City (Friday afternoon the 21st through mid-day on Sunday the 23rd). I’ll be blogging in every session I attend. You’ll probably get posts from me from everywhere else too, since I now have an iPad with 3G. I know! I can’t believe it either.
The amazing little thing was a Christmas gift, and I’ll be writing a post comparing the iPad with my mini netbook, which I thought was the bee’s knees (and published several posts about in this blog) until a couple of weeks ago. So, my iPad (the cover has a supplemental keyboard, making blogging a lot easier) and I will be sharing with you every possible tidbit throughout the conferece that I think will be of use/value/interest to you who are plotting out your own journeys in pursuit of “the dream.”
Meanwhile, this quick post is to let you know that the re-edited Second Edition version of The Truth About Cinnamon (my first novel) is now available electronically and can be purchased quickly and inexpensively on Scribd.com (http://www.scribd.com/doc/46985533/THE-TRUTH-ABOUT-CINNAMON), among other electronic venues. The early success of Separation of Faith (my second novel, released in September 2010) has begun moving readers to take a look at Cinnamon, which I’m very excited to see happening. Some long-time Cinnamon fans who’ve also read Separation of Faith still tell me that Cinnamon remains their favorite.
If you’re a reader who loves a long meaty saga with lots of intrigue, suspense, love disasters, and flashbacks transporting you through Irish and Italian immigrant life in New York, I invite you take a look at the re-edited version of The Truth About Cinnamon. Please let me know if you do. I love to hear your input, whatever that might end up being. 🙂
Now, Stay Tuned for a Week Full of New Information & Experiences to Help Us All Navigate Our Publishing Journeys! I’ll do my best to make you feel as if you’re at the conference along with me. ‘Bye for now.