Quick! Before it goes to your head!
I have a handful of positive reviews from advanced copies of The Goodbyes. Each one has made me cry with gratitude. Before, I was afraid that people wouldn't like my book, but I never thought about what would happen if they liked it, or what that might mean for my next book. About Tandem Tandem is my first completed manuscript. I needed a nudge to keep writing, so I enlisted my best friend Camille to help. We've been working on it for seven years. We know the characters bette
The Other Leslie Welch
I feel like I've had a major fail. My books are up on Barnes & Noble, Chapters/Indigo (Canada), and Alibris (UK). That sounds like a great thing, right? Here's the sticky part: I never checked to see if there was another author named Leslie Welch when I settled on my byline. When readers click on the link to my name on these sites, books by the other Leslie Welch show up. Let's just say we don't write the same genre. Eek! My publisher is working on unlinking my book from the
Keep Calm and...Ahhhhhh!
There's so much going on! Copies of my book are traversing their way to booksellers and distribution warehouses. Tour dates are filling up my calendar. Reviews are coming in from ARCs and press releases are going out. Yeah, remember that roller coaster analogy I wrote about? I was wrong. This is the top of the hill. Putting yourself out there is scary (even for a Leo like me). When I used to dream about getting published, the fantasy jumped from holding a physical copy of my