I’m getting ready to send out my first 2009 newsletter. For those of you who are counting, you’ll know that this is only Newsletter #2 overall! I want to make sure I’m not inundating people with too frequent or too irritating information, but I’m definitely still playing with how to use this tool.
After this New Year’s edition, I’m pretty sure it’ll be a few months before I put together another. I’d love to hear what you like about the newsletters you get and what, frankly, bugs you. If there’s anything you’d like me to keep you updated on, or any topics you think would be the most interesting, leave your two (or twenty!) cents in the comments.
And if you’d like to get the January edition, click the link under “Sign Up for my Newsletter,” and add your name to my list. You’ve still got a few days. 🙂
I’ll be back in January. Everybody have a safe and happy New Year’s Eve & Day!
I just signed up.
Happy New Year to you!
Signing up now, Becky. Happy 2009 to you and yours! Maybe well get together on a panel this year. And…I’m looking forward to hearing what you think of I So Don’t Do Mysteries.
Thanks, Barrie! It would be so fun to do a panel with you–maybe 2010 if not this year. I can’t wait to read your book. 🙂
Oh gosh. I think I’m like you. The thought of writing out of sequence in a first draft is frightening. I know people who could do it though. Those are the writer’s who really know their character’s internal and external conflict. I’m afraid I’m all over the place with my character until many drafts later (equally scary!).
Hmm…maybe that’s why it’s sounding good this time around. I do think I know what the hero is up against–and it’s a biggie, so maybe it’ll drive the scenes?
I know–I’m here trying to find the least scary route, and how silly is THAT? 🙂