I like new Moons. I like ritual. I like superstition. Maybe it is the Greek in me. In any case, a new Moon is said to be a magical time of new beginnings when you can recharge intentions or set new ones out into the world. My intention to become a published author has been on many my new Moon lists over the years. It took a while and it certainly did not unfold the way I expected it to, but then what was I thinking? I'm really not a conventional kind of girl. Why would I have followed the established route?
The print edition and the Kindle edition of The Secrets They Kept are available today on Amazon.com. There, I said it and I admit it feels a bit surreal.
If you read fiction, I invite you to buy a copy.
If you like it, I invite you to give it a Like on Amazon.
If you really like it, recommend it to a friend. Tweet it. Facebook it.
If you really, really like it, write a review on Amazon.
Having not gone the traditional route there is no Big Six Marketing budget to drive attention to my novel. Just me and my intentions.
Which, by the way, is to spread the word as far as our viral, interconnected world will allow.