I was on Twitter, pleased with myself, and tooting my own horn. I felt I deserved it and I was not being a braggart; it was a minute of regaling in my accomplishment. I felt so good about myself, that I sent a Tweet to several book publishers to say, look at me. In all honesty, I was hoping that someone would see my anthill as ask if I wanted to join their colony. I received a reply from Harlequin who suggested I see their guidelines for submission and submit.
I followed the link.
I see this.
I KNOW RIGHT? I turned into Sweet Brown, “ain’t nobody got time for that!”
It would take me the better part of the day just to read through the categories I THINK I might fit into. I know feel like the court jester.
I had no idea that there were this many categories of romance. I knew sweetheart, erotica and romantic suspense.
In the meantime, I am having fun, as is evident with Being Mrs. Blakemore. I had fun this one as well as my readers. If you have not had a chance to check out my number one best-selling short story, then please by all means, take a read. (At this posting, it was #1 on Amazon).
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