Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Author panel tonight

For those of you here in Las Vegas, I’ll be participating in an author’s panel (and selling my book) tonight at 6:30 at the Clark County Library, 1401 E Flamingo. The topic is “Writing Your Second Book.” Second book? Who said anything about a second book? Yep, I actually have one in mind.

Just a reminder—free postage ends tomorrow, so if you haven’t ordered your copy of Bastard Husband: A Love Story, well, what are you waiting for? I’m still figuring out how to do international orders; please bear with me. If you’ve already placed an order, your book will be arriving soon.

Hey, I got my first feedback from a reader who emailed me yesterday:
It's 2 am and it's been years since I've stayed up this late to finish a book. I just couldn't stop reading. Can't understand, with all the crap that is showing up in the book stores, why an agent didn't pick this up.

Linda, this is a wonderful book and what I consider very well written. I hope it's noticed by a big publisher and moves on and into the spotlight. There a lessons here for everyone…. Thanks for writing this.
And I didn’t even pay her to say that!


Julie D said...

I'll stay up tonight and read it AGAIN.

That's right, biches....I've already read it. Proof read it. And blurbed on it.

I'm really special like that. Or, I snuck into Linda's laptop while she was at work and read it myself. You decide.

BTW, I think your hater/commenters landed on my blog this week! I had a snotty comment calling me a fat bitter old bitch or something to that affect (about why I was rejected from the humor bloggers), and it sure reminded me of your lovely stalkers! I guess I've officially arrived, eh?

Vegas Linda Lou said...

How does the song go? "You're nobody till somebody hates you"?

My Moon said...

Wow - great comment! I can't wait to get mine!

classicrockforthesoul said...

I'm so excited that I got my copy in the mail yesterday before I had to leave to go back to school!

I was able to start reading it on the airplane last night. I got a few strange looks for literally laughing out loud while they were trying to sleep. :)

And I agree with that reader comment -- there's lessons in your book for everyone. Even though I know nothing about marriage or divorce (or men for that matter... but then again, does anybody?), I know it's going to be a great read. Congrats and thank you again, Linda Lou!

Malu Silverman said...

How does the song go? "You're nobody till somebody hates you"?

That is so right, you've hit the nail on its head.

Again, congratulations!

Unknown said...

What a great review. I have been out of town and just now realized I hadn't ordered my copy. I'm on my way!