Well. Little Miss Finding Harmony is out of the gate and running strong. Here’s what’s up in her first week:
1. Big-time book blogger Reading Renee reviewed her, and it was a very funny review, including her meeting my “characters” IRL, hubba hubba: HERE
2. TEXAS Book Blogger Julie Whiteley reviewed Finding Harmony AND interviewed Katie! HERE
(Did I mention that Julie lives in Stephenville, the hometown of my father’s side of the family, and the location of Tarleton State University, where my mom graduated and my daughter thinks she wants to go????)
3. She was featured on HBS Mystery Author Spotlight: HERE
4. She was a Hot New Release: HERE
5. Goodreads started telling all of you about her in their announcement emails:
7. You’ll be seeing more book blogger reviews, character interviews, spotlights, and author interviews this week and all month long. Don’t worry, I am going with all new answers in my interviews for the (bored) faithful ones!
8. The first 15 people to reply to this message with a commitment to post an honest review on Audible, Amazon, and iTunes get the $19.95 Audible download of the Finding Harmony audiobook, FREE.
But Finding Harmony‘s not the only one tearing it up this week. Leaving Annalise hit bestseller status on Amazon for the first time, thanks in part to the strong performance of Saving Grace and in part to the release of Finding Harmony.
Leaving Annalise is one of the Kindle Daily Deals today on Kindle Nation Daily. And (drumroll please), guess who has a BOOKBUB day on Tuesday February 4th???? Yes, Leaving Annalise. Fingers and toes are crossed for her to perform brilliantly on Amazon, Kobo, Apple, and Barnes and Noble too.
I hope to post something funny later this week on our experience at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, where Sami showed Dixie, Dixie fell in love with (the taste of) Eric, and we froze our little (OK, some of us not-so-little) tushies off. Here’s your teaser:
Last but not least, Saving Grace got her 100th five-star review. (Down come the stringers, up go the lights, loud blares “The Red White and Blue”) So proud of my first novel “baby!”