I accept my In The Mirror Challenge.
I look in the mirror and see me being happy despite all the things in the world that can make you want to cry instead of smile. I see a woman who loves her life. Who sees and understands just how richly blessed she is. I see a woman full of hopes and dreams. I see me.
I stayed up last night until a little after three in the morning working on my press packets and rehearsing an excerpt for Water In A Broken Glass. I hope to have it posted tonight.
I found out that In The Mirror is now available at Barnes & Noble, in paperback and on the Nook. Two people have purchased and reviewed it. The reviews are great. They didn’t leave their names, but I want to take this opportunity thank them for reading In The Mirror and taking the time to review it.
Tonight’s the night. I will be chatting with Sistahs on Lit about In The Mirror. We will discuss the other woman, marriage, infidelity, love, romance, friendship, family, all the things that at the heart of In The Mirror. This promises to be a very interesting, entertaining, and informative discussion. I hope you will drop by and join in on the discussion, as I’m sure your comments will give us more insight into the other woman. I am looking forward to hearing from you.
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After two years of rewriting, editing, redesigning the cover, and a whole bunch of other stuff, In The Mirror is finally here! ‘This exciting novel takes you into the heart and mind of the other woman and shows her in a way she has never been seen before, even by herself.
In The Mirror is available in paperback at Amazon and on Kindle.
Get It! Read It! Love It!
I will be on Dr. Patty Live on Sunday, June 1, 2014. Please tune in and listen/watch us talk about the other woman and the release of In The Mirror.
The reviews for In The Mirror are pouring in. Here is another satisfied reader.
Who would he be cheating on his wife with if he hadn’t found me?
The re-release date for In the Mirror is set. Look for this wonderfully written novel in stores and online June 3, 2014.
Today, I’d like to introduce you to Baltimore author, Rosa Griffin. She is a member of the Black Writers’ Guild, and she has just published her first collection of short stories entitled, Attraction Sexy Tales of Good, Bad, and Ugly Relationships.
Check her out.
Hey, y’all. I was a guest author on author Cheryl Holloway’s web site. Check it out and leave a comment. Also, check out her books. Cheryl is a great writer.
Well, the cover is completed. The book is edited. All I have to do now is wait on my ISBN and LCCN and In the Mirror will be re-released under Cool Water Press. I can’t wait, and, apparently, neither can some anxious readers who are contacting me about purchasing In the Mirror. I am so thankful people want to read this story. I can promise that they will not be disappointed. In the Mirror shows the other woman in a way she has never been seen before, even by herself. I had a great time writing about Jasmine. She is fun to write about. I can’t wait for people to meet her.
Okay! In the Mirror is on its way. I’ve completed the final edits. I’m doing the layout and my friends are going to help me upload it to Createspace. This is my first time self-publishing. I’m a little nervous, but I’m very happy. I believe this version of Mirror is way better than the first. When people found out I was editing, they hollered. They didn’t want me to change the story. I haven’t changed the story. I did take a good long look at the book and changed some things that needed to be changed, added some things that were missing. Everything I’ve done has made Mirror a way better story than when it was published two years ago. I am so proud of this work. I love the characters and the stories. I can’t wait for its release.
I haven’t been here in a minute. I’ve been so busy editing In the Mirror that I haven’t had a chance to blog. Well, as I said, I’ve been editing In the Mirror. It’s taking long than I anticipated, but the novel is shaping up much better than ever. I am so excited. Right now I’m getting rid of the 400+ similes I have in the book. I didn’t know they were there. I also had to get rid of 300 or so “as if” phrases. Overall, I’m having a good time because the book is a 100 times better than before.