I normally wouldn’t create a new post just to pimp my book. Put a pitch at the end of a post, yeah, I’m all over that.
But this is different.
I recently did an interview with Randy Ingermanson, the author of the #1 bestselling “Fiction Writing for Dummies.” He’s also the author of six great novels, as well as a respected writing guru and the creator of one of one of the largest writing blogs and newsletters in the business. The interview appears on that blog today.
And you can read it here.
Yes, it’s about the new book. Of course it is. Randy was kind enough to blurb the book, but he’s not the kind of guy to lend his name to something he doesn’t believe in. Having his name and reputation behind this book is a great honor, for which I am most grateful.
Here’s the value-adding part — it’s about why the principles in the book work, with focus on a few of the issues that serious writers need to grasp, and often don’t. A writing lesson in the clever disguise of an interview.
Also, there’s a little “gift with purchase” offer awaiting there, if you haven’t already bought the book.
Thanks. Keep scrolling down to read Judy Dunn’s great guest blog if you haven’t read it yet.
Up next: a few analogies about writing to keep your focus and sanity in check.
Read some of the blurbs and three new reader reviews HERE. At this writing it’s sitting at #569 on the overall Amazon.com list, and #1 on both the hard-copy and Kindle writing niche lists.