Chasing Nonconformity is one of the 50 Self-Published Books to Read 2016!

Huge news, my friends! Chasing Nonconformity has been voted one of the 50 Self-Published Books to Read of 2016!

Granted, it’s #50 on the list. But it made the list! Wooooo!

Thank you so much to everyone who voted. I have no idea if this is an award that will get me more visibility or sales (none so far, lol, but I remain hopeful). But it’s still just really cool to know that someone liked my book enough to nominate it.

Check out the entire list here.

Since I’m in such a good mood, it’s time for a Cerulean Bound update! Writing proceeds at a glacial pace, as I have literally zero free time, and will continue to do so for the entire summer and well into the fall. That being said, I am able to eke out a few hours here and there, in which I get as much done on the book as I can. I’m just under halfway through the first draft, and will hopefully get that finished up in the next few months. So right now we’re looking at an early 2017 release date … although knowing me, that could easily push into mid-2017. Still, 2017! Mark your calendars!

Thanks for reading, and have an excellent week!

 

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10 thoughts on “Chasing Nonconformity is one of the 50 Self-Published Books to Read 2016!

  1. Congrats!

  2. Congrats. That’s awesome.

  3. Congratulations 🙂 Any ranking on the list is an achievement! Hope you’re having a little celebration!

  4. Whoo-hoo! 🙂

  5. Awesome to hear! Congrats!

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