*This is a repost from 10/8/17 with minor edits*
Monday, March 8, 2021
Sunday, March 7, 2021
*This is a repost from 9/24/17, with minor edits*
Saturday, March 6, 2021
*This is a repost from 9/17/17*
I first read Prince Lindworm in a collection of Scandinavian fairy tales illustrated by Kay Nielsen, who, by the way, is awesome. The problem here is that it was a later edition of the book. At some point, I don’t remember why, I got super into finding out the history of Prince Lindworm. See, it was in this book, which was supposed to be stories from Asbjornsen and Moe. Those are the big Norwegian fairy tale dudes, for those of you who don’t know.
Friday, March 5, 2021
*This is a repost from 9/10/17, with some edits for spelling and to reflect my current publishing situation*
Thursday, February 4, 2021
1. Share/reblog/retweet their posts about their books.
2. Visit their websites—do this frequently, and refresh the website a few times while you’re there. This will help improve their website analytics and make it easier for more people to find them.
3. If you can borrow their books from a friend or library, do so, and write a review.
4. Ask your local library to order their books! They probably won’t order a book after just one request, but with a few from different people, they’ll at least consider it. And getting your book in a library makes it accessible to hundreds of people who otherwise might never have heard of you.