I'd be happy to help you out with the logistics of navigating the site, although I'm not so good at it myself. Probably the best thing would be to pop your head into the online chat (bottom of your browser window) and ask in RT for some help. Thanks again for your friendship!
>Tell me is it too self-promoting to announce on She Writes when we've sold a new novel?
Oh, I hate to address this question myself, Kiana. I put news like this on my home page - along with book covers and links to my website. And where it comes up appropriately in conversation, I'd certainly mention it. But I get so excited about this kind of news that I think I do work it in perhaps more than I should. It's tricky, isn't it? Esp. in this difficult market.
It did, as did your comment on the Julia Glass post. I so agree with you about just keeping at it, which is why I started the blog. I had a very long and rocky start, and am so glad I had wonderful writing pals to help me through it all. :-)
I'm a visitor from Germany interested in Hawaiian culture and history. I found your account here, and I'd like to ask you a specific question about your novel "Song of the Exile". I added some information from the chapter "Ke Alana" to the article
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