A MUST READ!
NOT A DROP TO DRINK hasn’t hit the shelves yet, but I’ve already learned so much in 2013. As we continue with our August theme of what we learned as debut authors, I can share what I’ve experienced so far – and maybe you”ll get an update after the Dark Days tour!
1) Writing a book is a lonely endeavor. Publishing it takes a team. From your cover art to the author photo to the QR code that the marketing folks put on your dust jacket, there are more people involved in your book than you can imagine. Some of them you’ll share emails with on an almost daily basis – especially as debut week looms – but there are also some whose names you may never know. It’s a team, a huge team. It’s your face on the jacket, but someone else made sure it was formatted properly.
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