I was on ABC news this week and wouldn't have known if not for Twitter. Elisa Lorello, author of Faking It and Ordinary World, tweeted that each of us were featured, she in the print article, me in the video clip. The footage was part of an interview I'd done with ABC last fall.
When I went to thank Elisa for alerting me to this link, she said she'd heard about it from R.J. Keller, author of Waiting For Spring. R.J. Keller told me she heard about it from a Facebook friend. And so it goes on the Internet: one thing leads to another which leads to another, and then another.
This was the title of the article: EBooks: Could You Be the Next Self-Published Star? I'm not fond of titles posed as questions, but I loved the phrase "go rogue" in the subtitle: With New Publishing Platforms, Authors Skip Traditional Publishers and Go Rogue It makes it sound so dramatic. Really, all writers want is to create stories, have people read them, and get paid for it. But if we have to storm the castle to accomplish this, that's what we'll do. ;-)