The events introducing She’s Dead, Who Cares? to the general public have come and gone with wonderful sales and fabulous responses.
But, given that the book is printed by an online publisher, the assistance in getting the word out is limited.
And so I am asking you all to help me push She’s Dead, Who Cares? into public awareness with a grassroots effort.
I am reaching out to readers everywhere who have read and enjoyed She’s Dead, Who Cares? to tell their friends and family, their local bookstores, their book clubs, their libraries, hair salons, strangers in waiting rooms or on buses – everyone - about the book. While it is selling well locally I need to cast a wider net for She’s Dead, Who Cares? and I can’t do it alone.
I figure one reader telling another and then another telling another … it just might make a difference. I promise you that readers in Oklahoma, Texas, Wyoming, and California will enjoy She’s Dead, Who Cares? just as much as East Coasters. They just have to know about it.
Also, I am happy to Zoom with book clubs everywhere. I have found it’s great fun for everyone, so please pass the word along.
Thanks in advance for your help!
The Hamptons Whodunit weekend was great fun, a fabulous success,
and likely the first of many to come.
Photo credit: Richard Lewin
Pictured: Florence Buchanan. Randye Lordon. Tessa Wegert
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