January 16, 2012

Why Writers are Off their Rockers (Blog Tour Stop #2)

Liana Brooks is a good friend who's taught me a lot about writing and publishing. She may be tiny, but she's tough (and smart). Here's a link to my guest post on her blog: Why Writers are Off their Rockers.

Here's a teaser:

When I tell people I’m a writer, the response I get is usually pretty positive. People think I’m creative and ambitious. I’ve even been called “cerebral” and “literary” before. This is very flattering, but I’ve learned to keep my mouth shut after that. Like George Costanza, I’ve learned to leave on a high note, because it’s all downhill from there.

Because if I open my mouth again, someone’s going to realize the truth: I’m actually insane.
Read the rest of the post here. You can also enter for a chance to win a free copy of The Fairy Tale Trap.

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