You may have noticed a few changes on my website recently–unless of course you’ve never visited my site before, in which case you’re just going to have to take my word for it. You can trust me, though. I’ve got an honest face.
New header, new photo, new email subscription list for new releases and other special updates, AND other plans in the works. Thanks to those “other plans,” I’ve got two bits of news to pass along:
1) Pastels and Jingle Bells is now free on a number of ebook retailer sites; it’s in transition right now. I’m really proud of that novella and of the reviews it’s gotten, and I’m hoping to share it with lots of new readers. If all goes well, its sequel Love Lessons may be free as part of a special offer involving my email subscription list. Fingers crossed that I get the technical side of it all worked out…
2) My Heavenly Bites novella series and All’s Fair in Love and Weddings are now available on pretty much all the major ebook retailer sites. Yay! Click on the following links to see them on those sites.
Well, it’s finally happened! My very first book ever to be published has been, well, published.
It’s ready-to-buy now on Amazon and iTunes, and it should be ready any day now at the Barnes & Noble website, too. I think I probably bought the first copy myself, and it was both weird and wonderful to read my own book on my Kindle. I’m tingly all over! Either I’m thrilled, or I’m coming down with something.
Now I have to sit back and bite my nails over whether or not any reviews get posted, and if they do, whether any–except maybe one from my mother (love you, Mom!)–turn out to be positive. Sure would be a bummer if it turns out my writing makes people want to scratch their own eyes out or something rather than read another word of it, eh? Ahem. Perhaps I’m stressing too much about this…
I’m tickled pink today. There’s a web page at Amazon.com with my book on it. Eeee! I’m a little giddy right now. Good thing I’m sitting down.
So I must really be an author now, because it says “Christine S. Feldman” with the word “Author” in parentheses after my name. And if you click on my name, it brings up an official Author Page. Check it out at this link.
I realize this is probably a lot more exciting to me than to anyone else, but I hope you’ll forgive me for prattling on about it. I’ll try to restrict myself to mostly just babbling endlessly about it to my husband. He has to forgive me. I’m pretty sure it was in our vows.
Coming Home is also available on iTunes, and I think it will be on Barnes & Noble’s website in about one more week for Nook users. How cool is that?!