Got Big Buts? How about Chronicles of War? This week the fine folks at Smashwords are serving up ‘Read an eBook Week’ where numerous titles are deeply discounted, and many are free. Let me say that again–FREE! Take a few minutes and poke around.
Among the titles being offered for free are my book Big Buts of the Bible: A Revealing Look at Jesus Christ and my new historical novel Chronicles of War. So if you want a free copy of either or both, follow those links over to Smashwords and order ‘em up. They’re available in any and all eBook formats, for your Kindle, Nook, Apple Device, and even in PDF form for your computer. Please, tell your friends about this too!
By all means, let me know what you think. I hope you’ll take this opportunity, and that you’ll enjoy the reads.
It is perfectly okay to write garbage—as long as you edit brilliantly. –C. J. Cherryh
A writing friend just launched her web presence a short time ago, but already it’s become a favorite read of mine. I subscribed to the site’s feed. If you’re the wannabe writing type like me, I recommend you visit Ky’s site. You can check it out: Adventures in Writing.
While I’m tooting the horn, here, let me suggest to you that the writing journey is really best experienced as a shared journey. Ky shares some of the things that inspire and work for her creative life. I try to do the same here. Others, on their sites. It’s all good thought provocation. It all helps grease the wheels. As a writer, I’d recommend you make time to follow and engage with others of our species.
You may recall that one of my resolutions this year was to become more intentional about encouraging other writers. I’ve been keeping after that. As I have, here’s a cool thing: I’ve experienced much more encouragement coming back my way. That’s another plus of sharing this road. A pat on the back every now and again is priceless!
Go check out my friend Ky’s writing life. Then, if you haven’t already, start a site or a blog or a Tumblr or something, and share your creative life too. See you up the road!
Already doing this? Whose writing sites would you recommend?
If you can tell stories, create characters, devise incidents, and have sincerity and passion, it doesn’t matter a damn how you write. –Somerset Maugham
Every now and then it’s just cool to use a cool word. Give it a shot.