Yes, I can relate. A painful, author memory, remembered

Hello there,

I saw this article and I had to share it with you. I can definitely related and I can feel this author’s pain.

It is the saddest thing in the world to arrive at a destination excited and happy to share your creative work and find that no one is interested…

I still remember my first book show I ever attended- it was at a Mall in Tampa, FL. I went back to the hotel, devastated and crying. I had been so excited but no one was even interested in my books or my giveaway.

The author next to me was racking up sales with her uplifting, non-fiction book which made it an all too painful reality, for me. I looked at my beautiful covers (The Guardian League and Nightfall) and doubted my ability to write and engage readers with my creative work. I wondered why I was even out in public, trying when I could be at home safe and out of the public scrutiny.

I look back at this still all too painful experience that hurts my heart every time I think of how devastated, disappointed and frustrated I was and I am thankful for it now. It was because of this horrible experience, that I climb out of my comfort zone every time I am at a book show.

Love your knights?

Hello Readers,

I am here with a book recommendation, of my own accord. I just finished Catherine Kean’s “One Knight in the Forest” last night and I have to say, this was another exceptional book.

If you love your knights, dark and tragic, with a past they must reconcile before they can move forward, you will enjoy this romantic tale.

In actuality, Catherine Kean writes wonderful books to begin with and that’s why I took a chance on reading this one, too.

Her tails will enthrall, captivate and whisk you away to another time.

Grab your copy, today: