Yeah, I cried today. Sun God is out in Mass Market print!

I won’t pretend that I’m not thrilled to see my baby come out in paperback (and audio book) a year and a half after its original INDIE ebook release. Because the road to get here has been quite an interesting one, full of potholes and many joyous surprises. But that’s not why I cried this morning.

SUN GOD, is the first book I actually wrote, knowing people would read it.  What the HELL does that mean? Well, the first two books were hatched before I had any readers or hope of publishing.  But SUN GOD….was a book I wrote for my fans who’d joined me along the way in this crazy journey.  

And now, I’m reminded every time I walk into a store and see any novel on a shelf that every dream begins with a thought. One simple thought.  One simple desire. Mine was to write books I loved with the hope that someone out there might love them, too, and that the stories could help someone, a working, stressed-out mom like myself, find a few hours of relief and smiles. When I wrote Sun God, it was with the sunny lens that my dream had come true.

So, happy pub day, my dear sweet SUN GOD.  You’ll always make me smile! And once again, thank you readers.



4 thoughts on “Yeah, I cried today. Sun God is out in Mass Market print!”

  1. Hi Mimi! What a great day for you! Congrats on the publication of Sun God! I know that I surely have enjoyed getting to know all of the characters in your books. Knowing that you feel so strongly about writing Sun God for the fans actually makes me happy. I have talked to a few Indie authors and have strongly encouraged them to keep going with a series if there is more story to tell! You are so fantastic to your fans, and I cannot express to you how much that means to me. I don’t like to feel like I am pestering authors by sending a message about their books. And I’ve only had one negative response from that. But seeing this, and knowing that you kept going for us? Well you are just freaking awesome! Thank you so much for sharing these wonderful stories with us. Sincerely, Mary Barger

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