I love when someone reviews my books
It is so delightful when I wake up and find a new review of my books.
Here is my To-Do-List for today
- edit a video interview for Digital Journal
- finish reading Inquest by DelSheree Gladden for an upcoming book review. (it’s a great read by the way ;) )
- write a few chapters of the first book of the series “Among Us”
- spare some time tonight to watch a little “Fringe” TV series
On top of all that, I have to make dinner, finish the laundry and clean up the house :). Oh, what is a girl to do?
Accomplished this week
Huge accomplishments this week are: 1) completed a video interview, 2) edited the footage and 3) finished writing the article for Digital Journal about Emily Hill, author, publishing coach and founder of KindleGate.starts.com and 4) made my deadlines.
Other not yet accomplished things to do…
Late last night (early morning to be accurate), I finished editing the video interview and sent the file from FCP (final cut pro) to Compressor in hopes that the video file will be ready to upload to YouTube so that I can publish the article before the DJ deadline. I couldn’t believe when I woke up that after 10 hours, the darn video was/is still compressing? Wahhh!!!
I have edited feature films with R3D (RED footage) at 4K and it never took our MacTower that long to compress. Sigh… to all my filmmaker friends and followers, if you have any idea on what I’m doing wrong, please let me know. The original video file is H264 Quicktime .mov, 1280 x 480, 28 minutes long, and 68 mb and I’m trying to compress the edited version using the Compressor H264 medium quality setting. Okay, I’m sure all this technical video editing yapping is boring my non-filmmaking friends so I’ll stop here.
Thank you to my fans, friends, followers and tribe members for all your support. You really keep me going.
Before I forget, here is the review of Almost a Turkish Soap Opera which was posted on Amazon US and UK, GoodReads, Barnes and Noble and Kobo.
5.0 out of 5 stars A Triumph For The Author, January 19, 2013
This review is from: Almost a Turkish Soap Opera (Volume 1) (Paperback)
This absolutely beautiful, and incredibly eloquently written story is about friendship,love, and profound emotions, amongst other themes;It has it all, so there’s something for everyone. Read it ASAP
Stay tuned for my video interview with Emily Hill where she talks about Kindlegate and how authors are not letting Amazon silence their demands to know if the book sales reporting system is faulty.