Recap of The Light of Supremazia Kindle Scout Campaign

I may not have won Kindle Scout, but I learned a heck of a lot about blogging and marketing.  This blog post is recapping my 30 day campaign:

Launch on #KindleScout and a #CoverReveal

Using Real People as #Fictional #Characters – #ArtisticLicense and #TBT

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The Proper #Setting for a #MagicalRealism #Book

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Made Up Words, the #Language of a #Fiction #Novel

Visumary and Ableptic Definitions

Who would you want as your #art #teacher?

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#MondayBlog – Mapping Out Your Novel’s #Fantasy #World

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#BookTrailer #BookMarketing and #KindleScout

My #cat Baby Thor is #marketing my #book

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What Influences Your #Setting Descriptions?

The Dreadfort

Write in Your Own Voice

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Technology in Literature

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#BookMarketing for my #KindleScout Campaign

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3 Qualities of a Great #English #Teacher

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Ensuring the Proper Sequence of Events for Your #Book

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Managing Your Social Media Presence – #twitter #facebook #youtube #pinterest #wordpress #tumblr

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A Cast of #Actors for Your #Book

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#BookMarketing and #TagsForLikes.com and #Einstein

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New York, the City I Love

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That Time I Elbowed Jimmy Fallon

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GhostFeed and Wikispirit

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My Kindle Scout Experience

Introducing The Light of Supremazia on Amazon

CLICK HERE TO BUY THE LIGHT OF SUPREMAZIA!

That Time I Elbowed Jimmy Fallon

What better time than now to tell you about my serendipitous moment with Jimmy Fallon?

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The Year: 2003.  It was Christmas time during my freshman year at New York University.

Thirty-Fourth Street was lit up with strands of red and green lights and packed with tourists.

My best friend, Emily, had taken the Long Island Railroad, and when I picked her up from Penn Station, she gave the bums a tentative glance.

I was going to assuage her concerns.  I had just finished my first semester, and felt on top of the world. Manhattan was my kingdom, and I was going to show my best friend how I reigned as queen.

We walked along Sixtieth Street arm and arm, our heads held high, immune to the cold and unaware of our innocence. Bursting through the old time-y double doors, passing by the opulent and playful oddities, we announced our arrival.  We were the most important people there.

I walked straight up to the distracted hostess…

…and waited…

…and huffed…

…and waited…

…and put my hands on my hips…

…and waited…

…and right as the hostess looked up with a condescending smile, I felt someone push against my arm to get past.

No.

I was the queen in her kingdom. No one was going to get their table before me.

I pulled up to my tallest height, pushed my elbows out a little more, and would. Not. Let. This. Person. Past.

Just as I was about to give this guy a piece of my New Yorker mind, I caught of glance at the line-cutter.

Giggles erupted.  It was Jimmy Fallon.

Too high to notice, Jimmy probably didn’t have a clue what just happened, but Emily and I went from confident, controlled ladies of Manhattan to hysterical, little girls.  We rushed out of the restaurant as quick as possible.

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