Picture a perfect mistake!

An image showing the interface for the app, Oops-a-gram

Coming soon to an iTunes App Store near you: Oops-a-gram! Also, a website: http://www.oopsagram.com

Ready to Launch: Up, Down, Out

Now that it's lunchtime, it's also time to launch!

My latest book, Up, Down, Out, needs your help. My project page is at https://www.inkshares.com/projects/up-down-out

Mo' Better Banners

Sample from iTunes Banner Builder

Gods, I hate advertising. I hate marketing. But I hate obscurity and poverty even more, I suppose.

I need to promote the books (The Agility of Clouds, and The Fury of Storms) that so many have spent so much time editing, illustrating, and, for my part, so much blood, sweat and tears writing. I have a new book in the series in production, so now is the time.

Create a Widget for iTunes

I went on over to Apple's iTunes website to work on some marketing. I found a way to create widgets for my books at http://widgets.itunes.apple.com/builder/

As you can see from the graphic, I just had to choose from the type of widget I wanted, and then select the book I wanted to highlight. I then copied and pasted the code for the widgets in this here website, and violets!

Some presidential poetry for you

I'm going to a grassroots organizer meetup with Hillary Clinton​ this afternoon. I've written a little poem for the occasion (sing along if you like):

Let's get excited,
And be united
To the day
We can say,
"Hello, Madam President​!"

The Fury of Storms on Goodreads.com

It took a while, but here it is:  The Fury of Storms (The Helleborine Chronicles #2)The Fury of Storms by C.J. Pitchford 
My rating: 5 of 5 stars 

I #amwriting



Number of the Best

I think this might qualify as an exclusive. I'm proud to announce a new series, beginning with Six-Six-Six: The Number of the Best.   #amwriting #newproject #numberofthebest


Monday, June 8, 2015 - 18:00

South Denver Drupal Meetup!

How to Write Books and Alienate People

 I decided to publish my own books—nothing new about that, I've been doing it for a while—but now I have a plan.You see, at the Pikes Peak Writers Conference, I talked to a brilliant author and lovely human being who said, "NO WAY!" to the idea of publishing a new book every six months. She's probably right.But... But...I have a plan. Really, I do! 



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