My lovely agent, Jill Corcoran, recently suggested to me that I “build more of an online presence.”

An innocuous suggestion, but to my ears, it may as well have been “build an army and overthrow capitalism.”

In other words: a big project.

So here I am today, knee-deep in writing articles, posting on Facebook, emailing back and forth, and Tweeting my heart out, and I just thought I’d take a quick break to ask you writers, artists, or businessfolks out there:

How the hell do you do it?

Moving from the creative and cushy cloud world of illustrating my book, Call Me Perfect, into marketing head space feels like hard edges and scraped shins. Don’t get me wrong, when I get into the flow of a project, I am there, and only there exists. But when I am finished with it, and I take a look at the rest of the list of Things To Do in order to “build more of an online presence” my heart starts beating a little faster.

Tweet

Post

Email

Tweet

Post

Email

And on, and on.

I tell you: I’ll be happy when one day soon I have a team to help me with all of this.

But at least for today, I can check “Blog Post” off the list.

Note from the Editor (That’s me):

Dear reader,

Do you love the world of marketing? Do you get tickled with your PR prowess? I’d love some help in gaining more of an audience and online presence. Let me know if this is something you, or someone you know, might be interested in. ❤

That’s the saying, right?

No?

Okay, well, you should still jot those dates down, because coming up on December 1, JUST CALL ME IS: AN INTRODUCTION TO MINDFULNESS is hitting Amazon in both print and e-versions.

Then on December 27, THE TIMELESS TALE OF PETER ABLE (Book 2 in the Peter Able series) will be released!

Applause! Horray! Celebrations! Felicitations!

Spread the word, and feel free to pre-order your copies today.

(Not to toot my own horn, but these two books in particular are actually my FAVORITE two books I’ve ever written. Just sayin’.)