Hi there. Teagan here. I've been spending most of my time over this past week on Twitter. This is a very big deal for me. I'm an 80s throwback and so transitioning to this ultra tech world has been and continues to be a slow and painful process for me. But I'll get there.
I have enjoyed meeting all my followers and I feel like I've done something wrong whenever someone Unfollows me. I've been told I need to not take it personally. I'm trying.
On a slightly different note, Ive been kicking around the idea of putting a few pages of the first book out here for folks to read. My editor has the most up-to-date version of the manuscript right now, but she should have it back to me by the end of this month. After making her suggested changes, I could post the first chapter out here for you guys.
I'm going to be in Austin toward the end of June for the Agents & Editors Conference and I'm looking forward to meeting more industry professionals there who can offer suggestions as to how get the word out about the story, but I would love suggestions from you.
Actually, I'd just be happy to hear from anyone who's interested in the subjects of where we come, how we got here, how and why the universe was created, and what is still in store for everyone. Please send me your thoughts and questions and I'll get back with you as soon as I can.
Also, as I mentioned above, I'm now on Twitter and am working diligently to build my list of followers. Please sign up. I'm @TeaganBrody.
Well, since I've been spending so much time on Twitter I haven't had time to spend with Tobin. I'm gonna attempt to get together with him this weekend so he can make a post. Don't hold me to that, though. He's usually busy on weekends lately because of his new female friend. I'm glad for him, so I'll forgive him.
Hope your day and week are great and I'll be responding to your questions and comments as soon as you submit them - or as quickly thereafter as I can.
Teagan Brody is author of Sci-fi/Fantasy novels. Her writing helps guide the people of Earth toward a better future. Her most common expression is, "What would Thomas Shelby do?"