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Strangely, Incredibly Good: An Online Celebration

 

SIG FB1If you’ve been following this blog since 2008, and many of you have and I love you for it!, you know that I’ve written poetry most of my life. My first poetry collection, Where the Butterflies Go, was born from this blog in 2008, and three others followed. Then I tried my hand at screenwriting, with The Friends I’ve Never Met, and realized how much I love writing longer stories. So, a year and a half ago, I tackled my first novel, which will be published by Morning Rain Publishing on Thursday, June 5, 2014.

I’m inviting you all to celebrate this occasion with me. Let’s meet online HERE – comments and questions welcome anytime! – I’ll also post links to my Fictionella blog tour posts here from June 1-30th and ask you to please join me on my Facebook Page, where I’ve set up an event for the evening of June 5th, to pop some cyber champagne and celebrate the release of Strangely, Incredibly Good with you, my wonderful readers. Please join the event and share it with others!

For those of you who only read print books, please have patience. There *should* be a printed version of this book later this year – just not quite yet. Morning Rain Publishing is a small but mighty publisher, putting out primarily ebooks. I’d really appreciate your support in please buying the ebook (on Kindle, Kobo, iBooks, or at the Morning Rain site) because the more ebook copies that are sold, the more chances it has to be published as a printed volume. Please help make that happen!

Thanks again for following & supporting me on this journey.

Heather 🙂

12 thoughts on “Strangely, Incredibly Good: An Online Celebration

  1. Helpful information. Lucky me I discovered your web site by chance, and I am shocked why
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      1. Haha, but you do so very graciously, my dear! 🙂 I would love to stay in touch! I do have questions, I am writing a book (who isn’t, right, I know) and I have no idea what I’m doing, but it just has to be written it seems. Wakes me up at night lol.

        So excited for your book party! 🙂 And so glad to have a new buddy on twitter!

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      2. Excited for you about your book. Just write it. You can edit later – just get the story down. Even if it is at 4 a.m. every day! (that’s how I wrote The Friends I’ve Never Met and some of SIG).

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      3. Thank you so much, Heather! That is such straight up fabulous advice – love it! There is something magical about that time isn’t there? As Liz Gilbert says, “before the world can find me” . . .

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