Good Tuesday everyone!
As you can tell–I’ve been adjusting the blog to match my book(s). It is NOT my favorite thing to do, I promise you. Thanks so much for hanging out today for #TeaAndWord. Lately, we’ve had so many amazing interviews and guests lately, I am honored and thankful.
A fellow blogger friend of ours whom I’ve grown to be so encouraged from this past year, Lauren Sparks–reached out so kindly to ask about an interview. I was touched and blessed by her thoughtfulness. She gave my book a purchase, read & review–and oh how priceless it is to have someone give such a recommendation to others.
I have been trying to find where my book belongs these past few weeks. I wrote the story first–I didn’t plan where it would go first. It just happened this way. I knew I wanted to write small town romance with a bit of suspense and lots of humor–but it never occurred to me I would have a challenge on my hands when placing it for sale on Amazon.
People like Lauren and YOU can help me figure out where it belongs! You can give valuable feedback to me if you are an avid reader and know genres well–and feel free to email me firstname.lastname@example.org if you have wisdom. This will also help me to better know how to design my author page & accompanying blog. In the meantime, I am working hard at it too.
“My bloggy friend Meghan wrote a book! I got a chance to read Organic Love and cannot recommend to you enough. It is a beautiful and compelling clean romance. And even though it’s set in 2018, it feels like a throwback to a simpler, sweeter time. I am so excited to get to introduce her and her work to you!” – Lauren Sparks, blogger
Q & A: Lauren Sparks Interviews Romance Author, M. E. Weyerbacher
Lauren: First thing I wanted to clarify is – is this your first fiction publication?
Lauren: Have you always written fiction or thought in terms of storylines?
Meg: Pretty much. On my blog I share about the beginning stages of writing, creating my first book with printer paper and stapling them together. I have always been drawn to story. My favorite session in school was library because our librarian was a very dramatic storyteller….
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