Now that my book is published and being printed up, the real work is about to begin. .. and this is where I can use your help.
The act of writing a book is solitary, but after it’s finished it has to be shared, otherwise it’s just another former tree. This is where every writer needs a personal army that will help them share the news.
I’m asking all my friends today, and all their friends (& so on…) to share the news that End of Mae is out and ready to be read.
After all, one person in a stadium cannot make a wave alone… I need all of you to make Mae a success. Please enjoy, comment & share abundantly and often.
Five Ways To Share
- Use your buttons. At the bottom of the posts you’ll see the Facebook and Twitter ‘share’ buttons. These just take an extra second to use, but you share that information with all you friends with one click.
- Share the trailer. Watch the excellent trailer made for End of Mae, and then share it on your Facebook, MySpace and what have you. The trailer is taken from the first scene of the book, where Mae sits in a cold bog in the dead of night behind an old refrigerator box, waiting for a good story to come along. It finds her.
- Have your say. If you read End of Mae, please share your experience by leaving a comment here, or on Amazon. If you use a social posting site like Gather, please consider sharing what you think there. If you have a blog, or know a blog that will let you guest post (I will :p), please think about doing a quick review. I’m happy to share cover art, answer questions or send review copies. Your experience is priceless.
- Consider sharing gifts from the official gift shop on CafePress. There’s everything from notecards and pajamas to jewelry and journals featuring original designs created specifically for End of Mae.
- Pass it on. The address, endofmae.com will take you, and anyone you share it with, to all the links, news and reviews. From there you can find where Mae is available, any new developments and watch new trailers.
And if you do any of these things at all, I thank you. I did my best in writing this book, now making Mae a success is in your hands.