Yesterday was a blah day for me until I saw my name called out on Twitter. I was like'what the flip in hell' and quickly followed the link to USA Today. í
Read more about Tripping Prince Charming and meet the cast on their blog
After a bit of hooting and hollering, I shared on my Facebook timeline, posted in a few of my groups (because that's the new norm) and then hopped around all of my social networks to spread the news.
Nothing like a little exposure to make your day. But, as I found myself with phone book in hand about to do some old school research, I had to stop myself. I don't really need a wrecking ball.
So, what do you do when you find yourself exposed?
- You cheer for yourself
- You share the good news. It is marketable.
- You thank everyone who praised you and celebrated with you, while smiling kindly at those who ignored you.
- You leave the craziness to those who don't care about their reputation.
- Last, but not least, you keep on plucking. for more exposure.
Tripping Prince Charming. by Ey Wade, is the tale of three love stories. I was challenged by the characters, who hated everything from their names to the format of the book, to write scenes and acts which pulled separate romances into one story. More like a screenplay than your typical novel, Tripping Prince Charming lets us see how the route we choose for our life can change the path of another. Carmella, Ivy, and Lillie-Rose are the epitome of friendship, loyalty, good-natured meddling and matchmaking. A love story of the century that will bring tears to your eyes and a smile to your lips
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