I live in Massachusetts and leave Friday the 12th for California for two weeks. We start out at LA, Palm Springs and ride Route 1 along the coast to sight-see and end up in Santa Rosa. While I'm there, I'll be book signing at Borders Bookstore in Santa Rosa.
It's exciting. I'll be happy to get away from the computer for awhile.
I added my book on your site, one of them anyway. It's been getting higher sales so far so I thought I would push it a little more to see if I can do even better. There's still a lot of people who don't know about this book yet lol. I would love to bring my sales up!
I feel that my biggest challenge is time management. I have written for major publishers as well as small presses, but always had a book deadline to keep me on schedule. Now, that I have my own publishing company, there are just too many things to do, from writing novels, to promotion, to producing book videos, to reading new manuscripts. However, I must admit that it is a fun type of challenge, and I'm grateful to be doing something I love.
Loure, you're absolutely right regarding time management. One would have to devote quality time that is applied to each endeavor to balance out all of the extra-curricular agendas that crop up relative to any given task. So with that said, the application can be best manifested when you are doing your own thing as opposed to working someone else's deadline. Unlike you, I'm not a household name as of yet, but the anthology, THE SOUL OF A MAN has several of my essays therein, and it makes all the difference in the world to me to make sure that whatever I do to tout the book it will have my signature on it where time is not an option, but a given!