What does literary success look like to you?
I find it interesting that this week’s question uses the word “look” when it comes to literary success because I have a visual representation of it for me.
Let me give a little backstory. I love Zumba. It is one of the ways I get to release pent up tension and clear my head. I’m usually all over the floor during class, wiggling my hips and shouting as I cheerlead people to go higher and have fun.
Anyway, last week, one of my zeeps (Zumba+peeps) had mentioned that she wanted to read My Way to You, my first book in the Brothers in Law series. Like most indie authors, I had a copy. You gotta know how to play the game.
I signed and handed it to her. This week, she tapped me on the shoulder between songs, saying she needed more copies of the book. Word?! She explains what happened in the video below.
Note – We had just finished an hour of Zumba, and we look it! Continue reading “Reader Connections–A Measure of Success”