Writing a book, no matter how prolific a writer you are can be a difficult proposition as previous posters have attested to.
Imagine co-writing a book in middle-America with someone half a world away! I’m so proud to announce that “The Mango Tree Cafe’, Loi Kroh Road” is going through the “primping” stages of getting it ready to present to publishers and agents, not necessarily in that order.
I’ve been documenting the writing progress of the novel on a blog where I think this is the first time where a book was being marketed and written at the same time.
In any event, the blog can be accessed by clicking HERE
The other co-author, Alan Solomon resides in Beijing, China and had a feature story done by The International School of Beijing which has a readership of approximately 5,000 people. People are already buzzing about the book internationally and that is great news. In fact, people have been requesting to be a guest blogger. You can too!
I’m checking the stats of the blog, and some of the countries/states that are reading about the book are: United States (NY,CT,RI,MA,VT,NJ,DC,IL,TN,KY,SD,KS,WI,AR,AL,GA,FL,LA,TX,MS,NV,CA,OR,NM) Canada, U.K.,France,Germany,Singapore, Hong Kong,New Zealand,Australia,Israel and more.
Leave a post or contact me to be a Guest Blogger. You’ll be read all around the world. Keep the buzz going….
Taryn Simpson is a published author and Ghostwriter and is currently co-authoring “The Mango Tree Cafe’, Loi Kroh Road” with Alan Solomon in Beijing, China. Be sure to read all about the book and how you can share in the buzz.