It's always exciting to have an unexpected review pop up in my e-mails. Here's the surprise of the day from Story Circle Book Reviews. An excerpt from the Story Circle review of Rim to Rim: "The book's characters, who besides the villains and protagonist, include a dewy-eyed young woman, a seasoned Grand Canyon ranger, and an … Continue reading Story Circle Review of “Rim To Rim”
All The Way from Britain!
The world truly is getting smaller. Upon receiving this review from Ian Mathie, I checked him out on-line. Somehow my novel made it's way to him in England, and he was kind enough to write a review on Amazon: 5.0 out of 5 stars Turmoil and treachery on the trek of a lifetime, July 18, … Continue reading All The Way from Britain!
Surprise Review of RIM TO RIM
I was shocked to find this review in my e-mail inbox. How cool to get a complete, complimentary, and unsolicited comment. Rim to Rim - Death in the Grand Canyon by Jeanne Meeks. "This is an action-packed mystery with lots of information about the Grand Canyon and backpacking. I found it absolutely spell-binding both in plot … Continue reading Surprise Review of RIM TO RIM
Marketing is Da Bomb
As much as I love writing stories, I think marketing my novels is even more fun. I hear some of you groaning. Of course, you’d rather be writing your next novel. I understand that. Early on I realized that completing my novel wasn’t enough. No one would beat down my door to get to read … Continue reading Marketing is Da Bomb
How to Create a Striking Poster to Promote Your Book
At book fairs and other book marketing venues, people stream by trying to avoid you and your sales pitch. You must catch their eye. Make your book display table bright and appealing, pique their interest. Display your book prominently and try a prop that represents the subject or theme of your story. For my novel, … Continue reading How to Create a Striking Poster to Promote Your Book