Of all the genres you read and write, which is your favorite to write in and why?
That is a tough question. Between my own reading habits and reading DLP submissions, I read a lot of genres, and with my own writing, I’m working on my 4th genre.
I love stories with a little romance to them. (I also loved the movie A Little Romance – does anyone remember it?) DLP doesn’t publish romance outside of YA, but I enjoy writing stories with that element strongly present. My series has it, as does the paranormal stories I’m working on.
I also enjoy non-fiction. And writing it is even easier than fiction for me.
And I’d updated my How to Publish and Promote Your Book Now eBook last summer, but it really went through a new update and edit last month.
Plus a new cover!
So the new eBook version is live and the new print version will be available very, very soon.
Yes, I took a window of opportunity and worked on something of my own.
Buy it on Amazon / Barnes & Noble
The Missing Alphabet
A Gregory Green Adventure
By Elaine Kaye
The paper alphabet letters in Gregory Green’s classroom have gone missing, and it’s up to him and his friends to find those missing letters. They go on a hunt through the school, hoping to find them. They spot letters next to things that start with those letters, like B for Bananas in the cafeteria. But will they be able to find the entire alphabet?
The Missing Alphabet is a great story for children learning to associate letters with objects, and four activities throughout the book will further help children to get familiar with the alphabet.
EBook – Amazon / B&N / Kobo Print – Amazon
June 1st was Hickory Con, a new con to us. And despite the travel time (7 hours total) it was very successful. We also found out about a new con in Savannah, GA, and I can hang in that city any time.
We promoted all titles, but especially our most recent – Big Red sold well and Music Boxes sold out!
And speaking of Music Boxes…
Music Boxes by Tonja Drecker was named by Barnes & Noble as one of 5 Spooky New Middle Grade Books for Campfire Chills!
That’s right – in the middle of four books by the BIG FIVE publishers was Music Boxes.
And I couldn’t be more proud of Tonja and her book.
I’ll end with some fun photos from Hickory Con: