My Five Minutes of Fame is Here—Quick Look Now Before it Goes!

Hey Tweeps and Peeps. Today was a very exciting day for me because I made the Internet version of the Sydney Morning Herald—one of Sydney’s biggest newspapers. I was interviewed by Melbourne journalist Matt Smith for an article he’s done on the success of authors with e-books and the new climate where publishers don’t get to say whether our book gets out there or not. It’s great article and I was so happy that he interviewed another awesome indie author, and one of my great friends, Charity Parkerson. We both come off looking quite good I think, and for that I’m grateful lol. I was, of course, nervous about saying something stupid but he managed to edit it quite well ;).

So today I’ve enjoyed my fleeting, but highly smile-enducing, five minutes of kind-of fame (the next best thing to actual fame). It’s a great piece on how fab it is to be indie, hope you enjoy reading it (go on, you know you want to click the link).

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9 responses to “My Five Minutes of Fame is Here—Quick Look Now Before it Goes!

  1. Bloody awesome, Dionne! It’s been a great day for you and Charity…and a great day for all us indies! You’re helping spread the word that indie fiction is a valid form of both reading and writing. 😀

  2. Jerry Soffer

    Great interview, and one that gives me hope, though I have a long road ahead of me. Encouragement gives me patience, patience leads to well thought out choices.

  3. Way to go, lady! Hope you sell a truckload of books as a result:)

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