I’ve been guest blogging around the blogosphere! Here are a few places I visited this past week. Please stop by these great blogs and join in the conversation. One of them is a contest!:
NOVEL ROCKET: MOVING ON FROM REJECTION
How I didn’t let go of my “coma book”.
BEING OPEN TO CHANGE IN YOUR WRITING CAREER
Embracing change can open new publishing doors.
COOKING WITH AUTHOR TINA ANN FORKNER!
Get the recipe for Strawberry-lemon cake and learn more about my latest novel WAKING UP JOY.
INTERVIEW WITH ME ABOUT WAKING UP JOY
Author Heather Day Gilbert asks me some great questions and is holding a giveaway for an eBook copy of WAKING UP JOY until October 27th.
I have a guest post over at Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers today all about slowing down and appreciating the writing journey I’ve had in the last past five years leading up to the release of Waking Up Joy. I hope you’ll visit and feel free to chime in!
Free Your Writing Soul and Write Better as a Result
I also have an interview about my decision to join Tule Publishing Group after two novels with Random House over at the lovely Heather Day Gilbert’s blog and she’s also hosting a Giveaway of my novel, Waking Up Joy, along with the interview. Please stop over and chime in here, as well.
I’m thrilled that WAKING UP JOY is getting some coverage so that readers will hear about the book. Here are a few things that have hit in the past few days. I’m so grateful for these mentions and hope more readers will find WAKING UP JOY!
WAKING UP JOY was part of the list of Buzz Feed’s list of ‘Women Author Must Reads For Fall’.
WAKING UP JOY was mentioned in Library Journal’s ‘The Heart of Romance – Genre Spotlight’. Even though Joy is not a Romance novel, Library Journal said, “One title that should appeal to those crossover women’s fiction readers is Waking Up Joy (Tule, Oct.), by Tina Ann Forkner.”
If you want to read WAKING UP JOY, you can find it on Amazon, BN.com, and Kobo, and iBooks.
On the day my novel, Waking Up Joy, was released from Tule’s Southern Born Books, I had this guest post at Southern Writer Magazine’s Blog, Suite T, about what it was like to go back to my roots: To Find Your Voice, Go Back to Your Roots