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We had a brilliant conversation this week (and it's only Wednesday) about success, what it is and what it means to us.
Katy said she was happy with obscurity and I agree with her. While I've never known the pressures of world-wide fame, I'm pretty certain I don't want to deal with the invasion of privacy that J.K. Rowling has dealt with. I'm a nice person--hey, I'm Canadian, we're all nice--but bushes of journalists growing outside my front door would turn me cranky pretty quick. I'd totally go ZsaZsa Gabor on them.
Which is ironic because of what I'm going to say next.
David C. Cook is running a promotion for my novel Talking to the Dead--starting tomorrow, Thursday, November 15. I promised the marketing team there that I wouldn't talk about it until later this evening, so, weirdly, I'm talking about how I'd like to keep my quiet obscure life while at the same time hinting to you about a promotion for my novel, while at the same time, not being able to tell you about it until later today. (If you click the link, you'll have a pretty good idea of what's going to happen tomorrow and Friday.)
Life's weird, eh?
So let me keep my obscurity, while at the same time doing me the favour of returning to this blog post later this evening to check out the details of the special promo happening Thursday and Friday--and please share with your friends.
Yeah, a writer's life is weird. We write books we think no one will ever read, then people read them, and we think they'll never go anywhere while the entire time praying they will.
The six of us writers of Novel Matters are so glad you're along with us on this weird ride, sharing your stories of your weird ride.