For immediate release - Jeanette Michelle finally releases third fiction novel after three months of waiting for the final editing stage. This novel precedes her fourth novel Millicent Quinones, which is actually the prequel to Mycall book two.
It’s been over a year since Jeanette Michelle’s last release, Taking Care of Henry, which is a written non-fiction documentary dealing with family members who encounters a love one with Alzheimer’s stricken by a stroke. Millicent Quinones were… Continue
Posted on January 17, 2010 at 11:04am
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My website is still a work in progress, but at least it's out there. I am also in the process of starting a blog about writing and the novel I am working on. Sorry so late getting back to you. October was a crazy month with working two jobs (my regular job as an accountant and working weekends at a haunted house - which was a lot of fun!) and the Southern Festival of Books. November has been recovery month and catch up at work. And, of course, there is the current month of December of which no one gets any rest - haha.
I would like to be a guest on the show. However, this month and next are bad for me - especially January with closing December and all the year end stuff (major brain drain).
Sales on the novella are a slow go, but I am learning so much and using the novella to test the market is a blessing, I would much rather find out what to do and not do with a novella than a novel. Hopefully, with the novel, I will have a publisher (professional editing, book covers, and more ideas on how to market). Self-publishing while trying to hold down a full time job and continue to write (oh, did I mention have a family life?) is a hard road to travel. But - I am determined to be successful even if I have to lose pieces of my sanity along the way.
Hope to hear from you soon.
I wish you the same with your novel.
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It would be my pleasure to appear on your show. I will keep you posted on the soon release date and please keep me posted on the date and times of your show. You have my commitment of support.
An interesting photo but it would be nice to see your face :))
John Kremer, book marketing expert