Social Icons

twitter twitter google plus rss feed email

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

DUPLICITY available now!!!!!

Oh yes, this post DOES come with a subject line ending in five exclamation points. Today I have a book in the world. A BOOK. IN THE WORLD.

I'm not typically a fan of GIFs in blog posts because I think they're distracting, but I don't know how else to describe this feeling except:



EXCITEMENT. TERROR. These are the feelings that come with getting published. I'm so, so thrilled to have a real book on a shelf at a real bookstore. (I'm also terrified for it to be a Thing Other People Are Reading.) But some--many--things are out of my control at this point, and now it's time to let it go and let come what may.

I've met some incredible people on this journey. From my CPs to my agent to my editor to my publishing team to bloggers and readers, THANK YOU for helping me get here. For believing in and being excited about Duplicity. This day would not be possible without you, nor would it be nearly so much darn fun. I even bought you cake, with the slight stipulation that you have to come see me this weekend at The Tattered Cover in Denver to get it. #sorrynotsorry

That's technically "the end" of the journey, folks. My goal when I started this blog as a hopeful, clueless writer was to navigate the maze of literary giants and get a book published. I cannot even explain all the feels that came with taking the below picture at my local B&N. But as they say, with every end comes a new beginning. And I do hope this is just the start.

Duplicity in the wild!

6 comments:

  1. Good luck with the sales of your book Duplicity!! Will you be doing a lot of booksignings at bookstores around the country?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you! I have a few events planned, and hope to add more as the year goes on. Current signings are listed on the News & Events page: http://www.nktraver.com/p/news-events.html

      Delete
    2. Thanks for the information... Hopefully you can make it to a bookstore in the San Francisco Bay area for an author signing event. :-) Good luck with the sales of your novel.

      Delete
    3. Finally, I read Duplicity!! I liked it a lot. Here's a link to my review of Duplicity on mt book blog: http://captivatedreader.blogspot.com/2015/05/duplicity-by-n-k-traver.html

      Delete
    4. Thank you so much for taking the time to read and review! Thrilled you enjoyed it.

      Delete

 

Popular Posts