"Nice to meet you too! Just so you know, I accept guest posts on my blog and love to hear from authors. Let me know if you'd ever like to do a guest post and link to your blog or books in the bio for some publicity. :)"
Hi Virginia! Welcome to She Writes community! :)
If you have an interest in the topics of censorship & banned or challenged books, you might be interested in checking out the Brave Little Blogger Contest. http://ning.it/xOfY3n"
"Hi there Cassandra. Thanks for the invite but I might wait till you finished (haha). Ask away about New Orleans, I'll tell you what I know. My second book of the FRACTURE Series will be set there during Mardi Gras. How fun is that?"
I live in the mountains of North Georgia after leaving the Gulf Coast because of Hurricane Katrina. Searching through some papers I found a manuscript I had started so many years ago. It screamed "Finish me." FRACTURE The Secret Enemy Saga is finally released and can be found at Amazon.com. in e-book and paperback, Barnes and Nobles and Smashwords.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Fracture (The Secret Enemy Saga) by Virginia McKevitt, April 17, 2012 By Karen Doering "Parent's Little Black Book" (Clarkston, WA USA) - See all my reviews (REAL NAME) This review is from: Fracture (Kindle Edition) The Kingdom of Potwain is a parallel universe to our own. They believe in separation for the good of both universes. How they…
Nice to meet you too! Just so you know, I accept guest posts on my blog and love to hear from authors. Let me know if you'd ever like to do a guest post and link to your blog or books in the bio for some publicity. :)
I am glad to see you are putting the list of 'suggestions' to use! I hope everything you are dreaming of comes true. It has been a pleasure working with you on your book related projects. Did you find your surprise today? BEST WISHES!
"I will be promoting my book on SheWrites and any/everywhere else I can! (Oh, for a solid marketing plan)
Thanks again for the opportunity to read your pages, and for lunch and good time for talking.
This is a great suggestion. Rejection is a form of failure and the best success comes after learning from failure---picking yourself up every time you get knocked down and refusing to give up."