Welcome to My World
I can almost hear the groans as your fingers hover over the ‘delete’ button.
“Jees, a writer with a blog, what a surprise.”
“What does this guy have to say for himself?”
“Another no-hoper trying to pass himself off as a real author.” (Thanks for that, Dad).
To put this into some perspective, I’m a self-published author with two books under my belt, a publishing contract signed, and three, count ’em, three novels planned for release in 2014. What do I know from writing? We’ll see. I’ll let you judge that one…
I write, or at least try to write entertaining books. I’m not pushing high-brow literature—but more about that in later blogs.
Once a week, give or take, I’ll post one of these here blogs to let you know what’s going on in my weird pea-sized brain. You can subscribe if you think I’m likely to be interesting, or ignore me along with most of the rest of the world. 🙁
Generally, I’ll post three types of blogs:
- Housekeeping/Promo stuff–you know, information about my latest releases, work-in-progress, samples and excerpts.
- Short stories–usually serialised for brevity, where I demonstrate my writing chops. For each of these, I’ll offer subscribers the chance to ask for a .pdf of the complete story, which I’ll send free to their email address. The next blog will contain the first of these shorts (Part 1 of Sweet William).
- General rants on whatever topic enters my head.
I’ll sign off now, but leave you with this thought for the week:
When I wear wellington boots, why do my socks always roll off my feet? Never happens when I’m in trainers.
Weird that, eh?
Kerry J Donovan.
Oh, and if you’re interested, why not check out the rest of this website. You’ll learn a little more about my publications list and how to buy my books.
Looking forward to reading this, Kerry. I think writers blogging is cool. 🙂
I’ll be posting the Part 1 of the first short story in a day or two.
Appreciate your input and support. 🙂
I’m an author who blogs (and rants) – I think it’s our therapy!
Therapy is necessary, KT – ours is sometimes a solitary life, eh?