Much like my experience writing Girl on the Right, this book has taken a little turn. I talk more about it as we get closer. It’s deep, loves, but like its predecessor, I must go where the words take me.
“I reject that I am a victim, and celebrate that I have survived; even in the surviving, there are landmines.” – Tina Truax, Girl on the Right: Memoir of a Life Upside Down
There really is a lot to consider, and can be disappointing when you fall in love with the perfect pen name, only to discover that it wouldn’t serve your brand well.
It feels wonderful to know my story will benefit from the exposure a retailer of B & N’s magnitude can offer.
“You don’t think it’s good enough? Even with all the 5-star reviews and everything people have said?”
It’s not enough to receive a great review. I need to know that the reviewing source carries weight in the world of all things author life.
Truax’s story is bold and inspiring, and her lively presentation keeps the reader wanting to read more.
This collection of anecdotes and lessons learned as a result of numerous missteps as a two-time wife (not to be confused with a two-timing wife) will provide more than a few belly laughs and head shakes.
I’ve never looked at the park in the same light. Maybe it’s irrational, but my heart sees the property as soiled or sacred. My husband mentioned that every time we pass by, I murmur, “That’s where my friend was kidnapped by a serial killer.”
I published my first book – now what? I ask myself this question quite often, and the answer is always the same: publish more books! It sounds so easy, right? I mean, I have lots of book ideas, characters defined, and a strategically crafted foundation to launch from. Again, so easy, right? No, it is…… Continue reading I Published My First Book – Now What?