I hope you don’t mind one more WYAFFD launch-related post, because I simply must say THANK YOU. The kind wishes and enthusiasm sent my way this week has been nothing short of amazing. So many of you shared news of the launch through your blogs, social media, and email. I am supremely grateful for such active support.
What a party this launch has been—right down to the fireworks that lit up the nation’s skies halfway through the launch. (How’s that for timing?)
But now that the party’s over, I must admit that I am toast. A 7-day virtual book launch really takes the starch out of a gal. So I’m giving myself the rest of the week off—and you all a breather from the daily DearEditor.com updates. I’ll meet you back here on Tuesday, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, to resume our lively Q-and-A about writing and to show you the awesome Guest Editor posts I’ve got waiting in the wings. But before I go, two orders of business: one more thank you and a congratulations.
First, I’d like to publicly thank, one more time, those who went above-and-beyond to make this week extra fun for all by featuring interviews, podcasts, guest posts, and giveaways in support of the launch:
- The Children’s Book Insider Clubhouse
- TeachingAuthors.com blog
- From the Mixed-Up Files of Middle Grade Authors blog
- Cynthia Leitich Smith’s “Cynsations” blog
- Darcy Pattison’s “Fiction Notes” blog
- Kathi Appelt’s blog
- We Do Right blog
- “Blame It On the Muse” blog
- Christine Fonseca’s blog
- Samantha Clark’s blog
Second, I’d like to congratulate Mark McClintock, the winner of the Day 7 “Free Full Manuscript Edit” giveaway. Mark, I’ll send you an email directly with all the details.
Okay, all, if you’ve got any questions about the craft or business of writing lurking in your brain pan, now’s the time to send them in using the “Write to The Editor” button on the top menu because I’m itchin’ to dig back in. See you Tuesday!
The EditorP.S. For more on this topic, read WYAFFD Virtual Book Launch