7 Replies to “First Cup of Coffee – February 19, 2021”

  1. The sync seems slightly off between the video and sound, but I like the landscape view. You should try again on Monday to see if the Instagram one will save. But if you want to concentrate on YouTube to eventually get the ad revenue that makes sense too.

    I do like the slightly longer videos.

    1. I hadn’t thought about ad revenue, but that’s a really good point. And I liked the landscape view, too! The Instagram option is so unreliable I’m not sure it’s worth it…

  2. Aw, I liked your Missed Connections books. I really hope you’re able to make enough on the existing books to justify writing the last two (I think her nickname was Ice – the med student?). I would not consider them erotica either so hopefully releasing them from the equivalent of the super secret sketchy back room of the local video rental store will help.

    Society does a really good job at teaching women to see other women as competition. We should be supporting each rather than tearing each other down. Hopefully it’ll change for the better with time. Being told you are or declaring yourself to be not like other girls isn’t a great selling point since it’s restricted in how you relate to and are seen by men.

    Anyway, I’m really looking forward to Dark Wizard! 😀

    1. Thank you! I like those books, too 🙂 Yes – Ice is her nickname, which I’d had in mind was short for Isis. But then somebody pointed out that both are evocative of other things now. I don’t know. Something I’ll have to wrestle! They really aren’t erotica, so I think that’s a good move, too!
      Totally agree on the competition thing! Not good for anyone.
      And yay! Crossing fingers 😀

  3. Landscape view is nice 🙂

    Good luck with the blurb!

    I can’t imagine asking people for blurbs, I got super stressed just asking people to look at the FoF convention (I noticed you managed to get through the form, thanks!)

    I was definitely under the impression that the Missed Connections books were more erotic. That’s why I didn’t read them… I thought all of your non-fantasy romances were under the same sort of umbrella.

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