A blog about our adventures becoming a published Indie Authors. Here you will find advice, humor, and stories about what we've learned on our journey, along with books reviews, as well as great advice from other authors we've met on our journey. It's a long road, but the things you'll see and experience along the way can be very interesting.
Sorry again for the long time between posts. A lot has been going on since college let out. Shortly before I finished my classes I started a new job whose hours have been fluctuating quite a bit. Secondly, I'm still sharing my laptop with my wife until we can afford to fix hers, so even when I'm not working I still have limited access and am usually trying to write as well as use my laptop for TV viewing. (We don't have cable or DISH or anything else right now, can't afford it). And finally, we are in the process of slowly packing up our apartment in anticipation of moving towards the end of July. So a lot of things have been going on and slowing down my writing and blogging. Hopefully, after we move this will all change quickly. Especially since after we do move, I'll only have a 5-10 minute commute instead of a 40-45 minute one and that's just one-way.
Now, that I've explained all that, let's get on to today's topic. Roadblocks in your st…
Well just got another lovely surprise this morning. My other blog where I post snippets of my novels: http://akrummenacker.wordpress.com/
just received another award for my blogging. This time it's the "Inspiring Blog Award. And I want to start with a big thank you to the person who nominated me Raani York whose blog you can find at this Link: http://raaniyork.wordpress.com/
I strongly urge you to go check her blog out, she's a lot of fun and very insightful in what she writes about.
Next, I'm to share 7 things about myself. So here goes...
1-I'm an adopted child.
2-I was born and raised on Long Island in New York.
3-I have been studying various forms of dance since my 41st birthday (Ballroom, Jazz, Ballet, and Improv)
4-I'm preparing to start a VLOG in addition to my blogging
5-I am a big fan of science fictions shows, especially Doctor Who.
6-I met my wife of 23 years at a Doctor Who Fan Club in Sacramento. (Our 23rd anniversary is coming up on June 17th…
Okay, I know I kept a lot of you in suspense this week about what's been happening on with my manuscript that is in New York. Well, I followed up on it earlier this week and learned that it was finally looked over. Now the way the agent who has it works is as follows. She has recently hired a number of junior agents who do not represent clients yet, but read over manuscripts and decide whether they were good enough to pass on to the agent herself for review. This weeding out process helps her out immensely, because she gets so many submissions and had built up a bit of a backlog. My MS for "THE BRIDGE" had been in that backlog, which was why it took so long to hear back on it.
And the verdict is....
My very first manuscript is going to be sent on to the agent herself to read and considered for representation. Now, the agent asked if I would like to see the comments and feedback from her 'readers' in case I wanted to make any edits before the manuscript g…
This is going to be a short entry, a real short one. I'm hoping to make an announcement about the status of my first novel "THE BRIDGE" this weekend. Please be patient and I'll tell you more this weekend. Take care.