Everything I can do is done, The Recovery of Catherine Brodie launches tomorrow and I am scribbling away on the next book due for release on May 3rd. 93 days to go, haha.
Here is a run down in no particular order of what I did to prepare for tomorrow. I have no idea whether it will be worthwhile for another two weeks. Here’s hoping. (
Book written / Book edited / Book beta read / Wrote and sent a Newsletter on Launch / Wrote excerpts to be put on social media on all Tuesdays in February as #TeaserTuesday / Updated website with new book / Updated blog pages with new book / Updated all previous eBooks with new book added to the ‘books by this author’ list /
Thunderclap / takeover / Goodreads giveaway / Goodreads advert / Cover design for eBook / Cover design for Paperback / ISBNs (2, one for eBook and one for Paperback) / Formatted for four different formats / Teasers / Promo word documents HTML and non HTML / Upload files / Facebook Advert / Sign Up Blog Tour google docs / Order Paperback proof / Update social media banners with new cover (9) / Contact 250 blogs for a shoutout / send 87 blogs the promo pack / Updated Goodreads / Updated Author Central / Eat body weight in chocolate / Drinks a few pints of cider /Laugh at the mess ups along the way, write them down and don’t do them next time / write the next book /
Wish me luck, give me a like, let me know that it was more than one person reading my journey. X
I’m going to blog each day about my journey in releasing my next book. I have two aims:
- A vain effort to help others, I hope my experience will help a budding or even an experienced author.
- Get the conversation going, I don’t pretend to have all the answers, not even half of them. If I did, I’d be #1 in my genre. I want people in the author world to help me and each other. Share my blog, comment with helpful tips, not just for me but for everyone else that is going to read them.
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The Recovery of Catherine Brodie – Book Two of the Catherine Brodie Chronicles
“…’Do you love me yet?’ Alex said, hoping the answer was yes…”
The Recovery of Catherine Brodie starts four years after Erin’s confrontation in the cellar of Green’s. Alexander Devlin wants his band to perform at Green’s and writes a begging email. Erin relents and says yes, even though it goes against all her rules.
Erin continues to put her past behind her, but like every bad penny, they always turn up.
Erin Brodie has made a success of her music venue and it’s the most sought after place in the country for non-signed artists to perform. Alexander Devlin is the guitarist from the rock band Fragile, they are at the top of their game and are just about to release their final album.
Erin drops her guard and so her courtship with Alex begins, but it comes at a price. Erin has enemies and, this time, they have upped their game. This time, her life is in jeopardy and it takes all of her friends to race to find her.
This time, they might just be too late…