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First Day as a Full-time Writer

So today is my first day as full-time writer. How strange. I still have a list of things to do a mile long. Death Benefits has got to be ready for the story editor as soon as possible, so I’ll be working on that all week and will be under my cone of silence mostly.

However, I did manage to get invited to take part in several blogs this week, so I’ll be annoying you with links to those. The first of these is at Indie Jane, where I’m blogging about Muuurder! Tomorrow, I’ll be at Nancy Kelley’s Austen Aspirations blogging about Caroline Bingley and her potential as a heroine.

Caroline Bingley will be available as a paperback this week, so I’ll also be setting up a signed copy pre-order link on my website. *Adds that to mile-long list.*

Oh, and here’s a quick numbers update: As of yesterday, Absolute Liability has sold more than 35,000 copies, which pushes my total number of book sales to more than 41,000.

THANK YOU ALL! I am grateful.

11 thoughts on “First Day as a Full-time Writer

  1. Holy Crap! Over 41,000 books sold?!! πŸ˜€ YAY!! How exciting for you! Next up: NYT Bestseller!!
    Hope you have a very productive week! πŸ™‚

  2. Congrats, Jennifer!! 41K copies is AWESOME, and getting to be a full-time writer is even better ;). Looking forward to your blog visit on Thursday and wishing you a fabulous week!

  3. Wowsa! So excited for you! How does it feel to be a full time writer (for a whole day now?) πŸ˜€

    Those numbers are GREAT!

    Also, great is your Indie Jane post. Thanks for linking!

    1. Yes, it feels totally weird! I’ve been doing the same thing for 12 years. I think it will take me a while to get used to the change, but it was definitely a great day!

  4. Congratulations! That’s fantastic! I’m happy for you! What a blessing, to be able to get to do something that you love full time! I’m happy for me too, because I get to look forward to reading more of your books! πŸ™‚

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