This Writerly Wednesday presents Stephanie Grey. I like to put the interview up front to put a person with their book. Interview What is your favorite marketing task that has resulted in a sale? I had a book trailer made and pinned it to my Twitter page, Facebook author page, and website. That seems to […]
This book was created for parents explaining loss of a love one to their children. It’s always good to explain death and cry for someone you love. When a loved one dies, children feel and show their grief in different ways. How kids cope with the loss depends on things like their age, how close they felt to the person who died, and the support they receive.
You are the Voice of the Neeta Lyfee Series. You are also my first interview with a narrator, voice over artist. Your signature file says – Pro Audio Voices is a San Francisco Bay Area based company serving clients internationally as a go-to place for exceptional voiceover services for Audiobooks, Animation, and Advertising, with an emphasis on those with uplifting and inspiring stories and messages. Can you tell us some of the steps involved in bringing the Neeta Lyffe Series to life?
What can you share with us about yourself? You are very busy and multi-talented. Does your mind ever go quiet?
No, it does not, and I always have several creative, marketing and writing guild irons in the fire. However, after this tour is done, I’m making a concerted effort to BACK OFF. I need to concentrate on family until the kids are out of the house. I have few precious years left with them.
Are you stalled out in your writing life? Are you having trouble finding the time to write or promote or blog? Do you need something a little more serious than butt glue?
Don’t set your goals so big you are destined to fail. Don’t make excuses. Become excited about what you chose to do and write toward the big payoff. You define the payoff. Make it a goal you can reach and then get it done…