May 20th, 2010

All I need is a husband who is a producer for a TV show watched by millions


Galleycat says, “What's better than a book trailer, print advertising, billboards, or television spots for your book? One lucky writer landed a gigantic billboard on the set of the hit television show 24--exposing her book to millions of viewers during one of the final episodes of the popular action series.”

This is for The Wife's Tale: A Novel. The author’s husband is a producer for 24.

Read more here.



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Sometimes it's better NOT to have a vivid imagination

Driving back home from the library. On NPR, two guy who have created some Shakespearean comic books were discussing how they didn't just put in the exact wording, but used their imaginations.

Or, as one of them put it:

"Throwing our creative juices to the wind and seeing what came to us."

I just winced at the mental picture - and wrote it down at a stoplight.



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It's an honor just to be nominated...

The audio book of Hand of Fate, narrated by Pam Turlow, is up for an Audie, the recorded book industry's version of the Academy Awards. Winners will be announced May 25th at a gala in New York City. I'm not sure if I can take any credit, but heck, I still feel proud.

""I honestly did the slack-jawed face for about a solid minute," Turlow, of Elmhurst, said when the engineer told her she was nominated for two Audies. Her version of "Kiss," by Ted Dekker and Erin Healy, is an Audie finalist in the inspirational/faith-based fiction category. Turlow's narration of "Face of Betrayal," by Lis Wiehl and April Henry, is a nominee for fiction."

Read more about the Audies and our narrator, Pam Turlow, here.



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