Six months ago, my debut novel, The Traveling Triple-C Incorporeal Circus, was released. That’s been six months of getting to share ghosts, mimes, friendships, loves, queer relationships, road trips, drama, laughs, tears, and a lot of circus with the rest of the world. I want to thank everyone who has helped me come this far, both to Atthis Arts for what they’ve done bringing this book to the world, and to everyone who has read it and shared their kind words. I am truly touched and humbled by the warm responses I’ve gotten.
But it has certainly not been easy. Publishing with an indie publisher, and being an emerging author, have incredibly difficult aspects and it feels like I am still straining to get the word out about this novel, to build some momentum in getting my work out there.
So if you have read and enjoyed Triple-C, I would be so appreciative if you could help me spread this work. Posting reviews with the website/source where you bought the novel, posting on Goodreads, writing a blog post, or telling a friend; it all helps me to get a foothold in the publishing word and it means a lot.
If you are at all involved with the reviewing or literary community, I would love to hear from you! Guest posts, interviews, review swaps, I am happy to interact with the community however I can. Feel free to drop me a line on the Contact tab. Any nods in year-end lists are always very much appreciated.
And as we approach the end of the year, please consider The Traveling Triple-C Incorporeal Circus as a gift for someone you love. Do you have any friends or family who would appreciate ghosts, mimes, road trips, and the combination of all three? Then get them a book and support indie publishing at the same time.
This has been a wild ride and this novel is just the first chapter of it. Thank you again to everyone who has been so generous with your time, energy and love. This crazy circus is for all of us.