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Thursday, June 22, 2006

And the Survey says ...

Hey Ladies -

I'm conducting a survey in conjunction with research I'm doing for my E-book.

Chicks Over 40: Real Life, Real Women
How to rev up your life at any age

So, please come on over and give me your input. It's online, anonymous and will only take a minute. You can access the survey from my web site or go directly here.

This should be helpful, too, in light of today's post on the Wylie-Merrick agency blog. It talks about how you can write from your heart or you can write what the readers want. Well, I say readers over 40 want books about women over 40 - and not just the stereotypical ones out there, either. So, let's do everything we can to let NY know what we want as readers. And then maybe they'll come looking for us, as writers. :)

Thank you.
Kathy

posted by Kathy Holmes @ Thursday, June 22, 2006

2 Comments:

  1. At Wednesday, June 28, 2006, Blogger Erlyne said…

    Reading books with "age appropriate" characters is becoming more and more enjoyable for me. I read many different types of books, but I'm finding that I enjoy reading about characters who are more like me each and every day. It's easier to relate to them. I'm leaning that way with my writing, too.

    Great blog!

     

  2. At Wednesday, August 23, 2006, Blogger Dorothy said…

    Kathy, the links weren't working for me...is it me?

     

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