|Posted by johnwaisman on January 14, 2013 at 1:45 PM|
I'm not one to enter contests. I don't like seminars, meetings, awards, publicity. So how am I supposed to succeed as an author? Laughing out loud: I have no idea. But, in contradiction of my predilections, I actually entered a writing contest. Link here:
I probably have a snowball's chance in Hades of winning anything, but that's all right. You can still read my novels for free. The link is in another blog post right here. I figure one day, about fifty years from now, someone will say, "Hey, that dead guy could write!" And then I'll make a "killing" on the market. Pardon the pun.
Anyway, I'm still working on Best Served Cold, the sequel to Starlight and Moondust, which is the sequel to Anecdotal Evidence, which is the sequel to A Moment in Time. So even if I don't get rich (rich? I haven't made a dime yet!) I'm still having fun, and once in a while someone reads one of my novels and tells me, "Jon, I really liked it!" Now if I could get the New York Times novel review people to proclaim that from the rooftops ... ah, what am I thinking?!
Well, whatever happens to me, I hope "y'all" have a great day/week/month/year!