Mistress of the Wind released toward the end of December, and since then, it’s been in the top ten of the iTunes Breakout Books for Fantasy and Science Fiction without once dropping out. It is #9 at the moment. This really makes me happy, and so I’m celebrating.
I am the first to admit I don’t celebrate enough. I need to be a bit kinder to myself when I finish a book or accomplish writing goals, so I’m hoping to do more of that this year.
We’ve just come out of a holiday season of celebrating, but aside from that, what makes you happy enough to celebrate in your life? Work goals met, personal stuff like weight-loss or going to the gym? Other things?
Tell me in the comments, and you’ll go in to a draw for either a print or Kindle copy of Mistress of the Wind so you can celebrate with me. I’ll keep it open until midnight Thursday.
My friend Claire Boston’s debut novel What Goes On Tour comes out on 11 February. I was sitting next to her in the audience when her manuscript was read out to a panel of agents and editors and was picked by an editor for a full read at the Romance Writers of Australia conference in Fremantle. The full read led to an offer of publication, so a big squee to Claire, and I hope she celebrates in style on 11 Feb!
And to celebrate with Claire, I’m adding a Kindle copy of What Goes on Tour to the giveaway for this post, so tell me what milestones you celebrate to win either a print or Kindle copy of Mistress of the Wind AND a Kindle copy of What Goes on Tour by Claire Boston.