So, fresh off the heels of a Boston Bruins victory, I thought I'd do a follow up post to my last one. You know, because I'm in such a great mood and all due to the win (I really am!)
Since this is a blog about me, I thought I'd also mention that today I went out to watch the game at a campus bar with friends. Had my little fake ID to get in and everything. I was one of two girls in a group of fourteen, but I had my bruins jersey on and it was a great time. We even put on some black and yellow face paint! I'll get some pictures up later and post them on this blog.
But what I wanted to say on the topic of accessibility is that I want to be the most accessible writer out there. When (if?) I get published (I really think "when" is the right term, because I intend to work hard for it, as I have been already...), I want to be able to be the easiest author to get in touch with, and the easiest one to interact with. I want to hear from all my fans, and see why they liked my books, but more importantly, I want to know about them. And I want to be able to give guidance to all the other young aspiring writers out there, to help nudge them in the right direction. All as a way of saying "thanks" for enjoying my books, or giving back to the authors who want to get published. If I can do all that, I'll be very, very happy.