ITUNES (you can also read this on your iphone if you download the ibooks app)
Today is a really proud day. I am releasing the 2nd edition of my book Rockettes, Rockstars and Rockbottom digitally.
Here is the trailer for the book.
To make a long story short, this year in the middle of being uber confused over tv shows and how the publishing world works, someone suggested that I make RRR longer. I fought tooth and nail because I really loved the length, and I felt like the stuff I skipped over was skipped over for a reason. It read like a Perks, because you could lay on the couch and read it in a few hours. That is the kind of book our generation can get into.
Anyways, I started reading the fanmail from people who had read the book the #1 thing people said, is that they wanted to know more about the DANCING. So, In addition to a few new boy stories, there are over 50,000 new words telling stories about life, love and DANCE. More me, less them. More rejection, rehearsals, Rockettes, and of course some escape plans.
I really hope you enjoy the second version, and please know that I am hard at work at my third (ALL NEW) book that I am hoping to offer this spring. Some more good news, SOON, RRR 2.0 will be an audiobook and right now you can go to my FACEBOOK page to get a FREE download of one of my favorite chapters. The cool thing is that I recorded ME reading it, so it is just like I am sitting in your bedroom, or car, and reading to you. super radical.
Also, I would love it if you purchase, or have purchased RRR in the past to visit amazon or itunes and leave a review. It doesn't even have to be long, but in order to move farther up the bestsellers list and compete with all those big publishing house books and HOPEFULLY gain some TV momentum, I need to appear on the radar for these lists.
And, as always, there is a moral of the story. The moral is this...anything you want to do in life, whatever it is that you are passionate about, is yours! I am by no means a proper writer. No one gave me permission to write a book, or to call myself a writer. I just loved books, took some time to write and now get to add "Author" to my list of slashes. This is YOUR friendly keltie reminder that, all of your dreams can come true too. You just have to get the courage and go for it. Never wait for someone to place it all in your lap, it simply will never happen.
Hollywood was struck with the tragic death of actor Paul Walker on Saturday, who was best known for his leading role in the Fast and the Furious franchise. Paul died in a tragic car accident in Santa Clarita, California after he and a friend slammed into a light pole while driving a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT. He was 40-years-old.
Take a look back at Paul's career. HOLLYWIRE