I’m not the most modest person in the world. This is not a post about having to cover up with clothing. Just getting that out there.
This post is about another type of exposure.
For the first time, I played a Twitter hashtag game called #GuessWrite. It’s a monthly game that incorporates other hashtag games for writers. Each game’s prompt through one week shows a clue to the month’s theme. The challenge is to correctly guess the theme.
— GuessWrite (@GuessWrite) April 10, 2017
The winners receive a bunch of prizes, some of which I’m figuring out.
One offer is for a critique and another for attention on Instagram. (I know almost nothing about Instagram! Here’s to a new learning experience.) Cori Lynn Arnold gave me a e-version of the crime thriller Thin Luck. Author Lexi Miles will spotlight me on her website with an interview, so please watch for it. [Update: Read the interview now.]
Getting all of this attention is fun. Thank you, #GuessWrite hosts!
Speaking as if a new connection can weave one tighter to the creative community…
I was poking around my writing critique site and noticed that Tina Chan was giving away pre-made book covers. Here’s one that I nabbed for a short story associated with Changing Sides.
Isn’t it exciting? I’m in love with it.
Tina was amazing about tweaks–fast and easygoing. You can see this and more free pre-made covers at thebooklander.com. Thanks, Tina!