Sunday, March 1, 2009

Getting to Know Us: L.Lee Lowe

Sorry, I'm a little behind in my "Getting to Know Us" post. I usually pre-post for 8:00 AM, but what can I say. Yesterday was bookkeeping day, I'm working on my taxes, and life has gotten a little crazy here, with some good things and some not so good.

Anyway, without further ado, let me reintroduce blogger L. Lee Lowe. I say reintroduce, because those of you who have been following my blog for a while may remember her guest post Self-Publishing Online. If you haven't read it, go back and check it out.

If you don't know it already, Lee is not your average blogger. Yes, she maintains a personal blog, Lowebrow, (how I envy people with names that can be made into catchy titles), but she has also serialized one YA novel online––Mortal Ghost––and has just begun the second––Corvus.

Besides being a good writer and an interesting blogger, L.Lee Lowe could serve as the poster child for online publishing. Her decision wasn't made after years of unsuccessful shopping of her work. She had an agent but decided she would have more control and could reach more readers––especially her focus audience of young adults––online. She has also made use of the all the venues available, like podcasts, PDF, e-book, and downloads to ereaders and iPhones.

Very impressive stuff. I encourage you to visit all three sites as soon as you can!

1 comment:

Judith Fitzgerald said...

This is LoveLee (and, see, you're right about one of those great names; plus, it doesn't hurt it's attached to one of those great dames; you know, the kind of woman you count the horseshoes on your arse you've e-met and think, wistfully, what you could've done if you'd met when you were still able to go on a tear here, there, anywhere).

Anyway, thank you, Nannetizen :). Erp, we'd have to make that a trio con brio (and, when time-travel makes a comeback since we're still stuck in the present, we'll do it!).

Have one as fine as you've made mine. I love that dame; she's a source of comfort, solace, and sillitude beyond comparitude and I don't care who knows it . . . erm, she might (but, I don't :)).

Pfft! Even the word verification proves it: boons as in bo'ons buddies . . .

Undeniably, Juditz
p.s. Of course, it would be remiss of me if I didn't say how proud I am of she who finished it according to plan (despite being wounded in the line of beauty)


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