It Wasn’t A Dream! It Was A Place!

I’m feeling random today so this is just a mashup.

Because you can never get enough Beth Kephart in your life (just a personal philosophy) you should check out this Treasure Hunt. Two lucky winners will get a signed copy of her latest book You Are My Only and a 2,000 word critique on a work in progress. Did you catch that? Did. You. Catch. That? Writers, I think you should jump on the opportunity.

And of course, you can still win a collection of Beth Kephart books from my blog because I want you to fall in love with her books, as I have.

I did two things on the blog this week that I rarely do. I posted my fiction. And I put together the aforementioned givewaway. The only reason I have held back on doing these things in the past is because of fear.

Maybe you understand the hesitancy to put my work out there. But I’m sure you’re wondering who, in the world, would be frightened to give away books? Me. That’s who. Every time I post something on this blog I wonder: who will care?

And I’m always amazed, absolutely floored, that all of you do. You think I would have figured it out by now with all the times you’ve been there…but let me have my Dorothy-wakes-up-from-Oz kind of moment. Oh, but it wasn’t a dream! It was a place! And you – and you – and you – and you were there. But you couldn’t have been, could you?

Could you? You were. You are. So thank you.

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5 thoughts on “It Wasn’t A Dream! It Was A Place!

  1. I'm with you sometimes the blog world does feel like Oz. I'm constantly amazed at all the support writers give each other–do you think accountants have this kind of blogging community? Probably not 🙂

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