You can reach me by email at email@example.com for any queries, concerns, or effusive praise. I actually also appreciate frank, articulate comments about what didn't work about my writing, if you're bold enough to send them my way.
Some questions I've gotten:
Would you please send me a free copy of your book so I can review it?
Thanks for your interest! Carina Press distributes review copies of their books via NetGalley, generally starting a few weeks before the release date. Please check there if you're interested in a book of mine that they'll be publishing.
I reviewed your book! Do you want the link?
Sure, and thank you. However, while I shamelessly read all reviews of my work that I can find, both positive and negative, I try not to comment publicly on them in order to avoid stifling reader discussion. If you say something particularly nice, I may quote parts of your review on my own site, and in those cases I do link to the full review for context.
Will you participate in this marketing opportunity?
I'm a low-key kind of gal with no social networking presence, but I'm happy to answer interview questions or write a guest blog post. I tend not to engage in any group promotions or blind reciprocal practices because I only like to tout works I've actually read and can honestly recommend. (The main obstacle is the first part: my reading queue is as long as a giraffe's neck.)
Can I get downloadable versions of your free reads?
I'm working on adding PDF files of all my free reads, slowly but surely. If there's a different format you'd prefer, let me know.