I'm about to update my website (long overdue, I know) and actually send out a newsletter to people who said they wanted to know about what was going on with my books. My question is . . . what do people want to know?
Just to be clear, I'm going to keep this book-focused. I'm not going to send out recipes or household organizing tips, not that I have any worth sharing, but still . . .
I have a couple things I know I want to put out there.
1) I have a short story up on Amazon and Barnes and Noble for less than buck, but I am going to offer it as a free PDF download for my newsletter subscribers.
2) Don't Kill the Messenger is available in mass market paperback and Dead on Delivery will be available in that format in November.
3) Dead Letter Day, the third Messenger book, is due out in March of 2013 and I might have a cover to show everyone by the end of the week.
What else do people want to know? I've had a couple of foreign sales recently. That was nice news to me, but does anyone else care? I don't have the covers yet. Should I wait and talk about those when I have something to actually show? Or should I mention it now?
My life is basically an open book. I'll tell anyone about anything. Just tell me what it is people will be interested in hearing about.