Top five social media links you don’t want to miss!

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Is your bandwagon full?

Just when you think you are hitting the wall, BAM!   A great networking site proves to be gold.   The World Literary Cafe, both their website and especially their group facebook page  are just platinum!    This site is for authors who are genuinely supporting authors.  There are plenty of sites that say they support authors, but come to find out the TLC comes with a  $$ price.    The synergistic networking that takes place immediately on signing up at World Literary Cafe just cannot be beat.

Traffic to my website AgeView Press, blog, twitter and facebook accounts increased exponetially in a week!    Thanks guys!    You really rock.   In surfing to the World Literary Cafe FB you will find discussions happening live with answers to many common issues within Indie Publishing.   There is a force moving!   The Indie world started as a ground swell, but expect it to surge to tsunami status.

Here are the Top Five Social Media links for today that you don’t want to miss!

1.   World Literary Cafe     Super discussions.  Author links.  Book reviews.   Fab networking gold!  Slogan?  #sharethelove4authors

2.  Reviewer Roundup on Facebook       Great place to find a jumping off point for your virtual book tour.

3.  Kobo     Now accepting Indie published ebooks with a 70% royalty!

4.   The    This is an article published just recently.  Evidence of the movement.  AM Heath  now supporting Indie authors!!

And the top link of the day which made the day worthwhile?

5.  The Online Converter         A way to convert your books and other files to epub for FREE!  That’s right.  FREE!

Enjoy and thank you for visiting.   Please share and link this page for your fellow writers and friends.   Don’t forget to follow on Goodreads !

Flying Solo Getting Sensational Reviews

As a writer, one of the most excruciating periods is when your book goes live.   After all the months of slaving over this character and that, what dialogue, where are they . . . finally it is all edited and packaged.  Next comes the step of introducing the world to your work.   Gahhh….anxiety producing to say the least.  This week, I think I consumed at least 10 pounds of carbs and empty wine calories awaiting the response to Flying Solo.

I was humbled when a dear friend sent a picture of the first copy of FLYING SOLO on her kitchen table.  It was real!  But, luckily. . . .sigh . . . here are some of the first reviews:

Mary Morton Jones:  “It was slow at work, so I started reading.  Right from the start it was HOT, HOT, HOT.  I got irritated when customers came and in interupted my reading.” 

Tricia O’Connell Hamilton:  “I started reading and I couldn’t put it down. I almost missed my daily walk.  Couldn’t wait to get back to it.  I am very impressed.”

New Orleans resident:  “This morning on our 5 1/2 hour ride home I started reading your novel.  I could  not put it down and finished it tonight.  You are a very talented writer!  I emailed my friends and told them to read your book – they would love it especially based in New Orleans  . . .- ha Congratulations! You did a wonderful job! I can’t wait for your next book!”

 John Randolph Clark:   “As a person who has always been around aviation, I have to say that this book makes one feel that you are right there in the cockpit! This is a journey of the driving human spirit that lies within all of us, including the dream to actually take wings and fly. Mix in the unconquerable perseverance of a woman, who seeks to find her real niche in the scheme of life, and you have a story that is very compelling, fascinating to the last page, and a credit to the writing of true adventure! If you want a gripping story, than look no further than this page turner that keeps you on the edge of your chair.”

Wow. . . I am just in awe.   So happy that both men and women are liking the story.   I can now breathe.   Uh oh . . . does that mean it is now time for Weight Watchers?  Eeeek!

First purchased copy arrives