THE SCOOP, Ken Kuhlken’s newsletter
The Biggest Liar in Los Angeles is due out in two months. If you’d like a free copy, shoot me an email with an idea for an interesting contest I can run. Any idea I use, the submitter deserves a free book, don’t you think?
Too busy to read: Get the Blackstone Audio of The Vagabond Virgins
Over the past couple months, I’ve blogged about: making good ideas into realities, on 1/19; birdies (optimism) vs. bogies (pessimism) on 1/26; writing as a spiritual exercise on 1/28; Tae Kwon Do and perfectionism on 2/18; and raising an innocent daughter and artist, just this morning.
You could read all these posts at: writingandthespirit.blogspot.com
• Visit Midheaven
For a while now, I’ve been giving away in serial form my first novel, Midheaven, a finalist for the Ernest Hemingway Award for best first novel. Catch up and read on.
• Even more free good stuff
On a page of my web site, in addition to Midheaven, you’ll find links to Road Kill (mystery authors on the book promo circuit); book marketing advice from an expert (not me); and a guide for becoming a bestselling author.
• The Breeze: If you don’t currently subscribe to the Perelandra College newsletter, here is your opportunity to make up for that oversight.
As I’m the perpetrator of both my own newsletter and the college’s, and as prefer not to spend all my writing time on newsletters, from now on (until I change my mind) I’ll be sending one newsletter per month. Except on special occasions, I’ll alternate months. January, The Scoop; February, The Breeze; March, The Scoop. And so on.
The Breeze features resources for readers and writers including book reviews, lessons on the craft of writing, ideas for finding inspiration, announcements of conferences for writers and their fans, and notes about publications seeking submissions.
That’s all, folks.