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"It Mattered Yesterday" 

 

Date Range: 02/18/2011 To 02/18/2012   Comments: 6   Views: 40,739
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"It Mattered Yesterday" is a romantic fiction based on a true story. Available on Amazon and B & N.
Preface:
It is a compelling story of deep emotional and tangled relationshps. There are twists and turns to sustain  the events throughout the tale.
In some parts it is sensual and steamy, but there is also tender affection and true friendship, running through the whole theme.
This story is a jigsaw of one young woman's life, although many other people are intimately involved. The didjointed pieces fit together smoothly, so that in the end, it presents a beautiful picture that the reader feels happy with.
There is a lot of conflict and dialogue, the characters tell the story, so come vividly to life.- It tells of family life like it is, complete with all the wquabbles, humour and tebderness.
Women of all ages will be able to relate to Stella, who is the main character, nd lve and breath all of her emotions.
They will also feel for her son Jon, who is portrayed from a baby, through his childhood, and adolescence to young adulthood.

Romantic and erotic fiction at it's finest. From heartach to happiness and passion . . .



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Member Since
Aug 2007
Brian Childers said:
posted on Feb 17, 2011
Diane

the only time you show up here is to pimp your books.


Member Since
Oct 2009
Diane Griffith said:
posted on Feb 18, 2011
Sorry Brian.

Hi, Brian. Yes. I want to tell people who might be interested to know about them. I am a writer. This is what I am interested in. I have to 'spread the word' wherever I can. I didn't think anyone minded! I don't want to write about unimportant things, that are just boring.
I could write that I made a rice pudding today. . . how interesting is that?
I do also help the Animal Rescue Centers here in Cyprus with proceeds from my books. This is another reason why I try to promote them. There are so many abandoned dogs and cats here and the rescue centers need all the help they can get. My last book saved 7 dogs and got 6 ferral cats neutered. But if I didn't tell people about my books, they wouldn't sell, and this wouldn't have happened.
Can I ask what you write about? My latest book is based on my life story, that's why I chose to post it on this site.


Member Since
Aug 2007
Brian Childers said:
posted on Feb 18, 2011
hi Diane

I didn't mean it to be rude, but this is a community of people sharing their life stories here & reacting to each other, and by default coming her -only- to sell yours makes it seem like yours are worth more than ours.

You can see what I write about by looking at my stories.

If you came in once in a while and encouraged people by commenting or posted a story once in a while then I could understand. There are lots of published authors on here. But they also contribute to the site, interact with people, not just sell their work. I'm sure your work is good, & def for a good cause, but this is also a community of people sharing here, so if you give a little too and i'm guessin people will be more receptive to buying. Lots of really good stories and writers here who aren't asking people to pay to read them. So interact once in a while, don't use us just as a place to sell.

My two cents. Others may disagree.


Member Since
Oct 2009
Diane Griffith said:
posted on Feb 18, 2011
Hi, Brian

OK, Brian. Point taken.
I have not been on this site for ages!!! I forgot what it was all about to be truthful. I just got a memo to say I've not been on for a while, so I just put a mention of my life story book.

I have been grieving the death of my lovely mum and it has taken me such a long time to 'get back into anything'.

I looked at your site, you seem to be very good at skiing!
My grandson, who is 17 is really into skateboarding. He lives in the UK andI live in Cyprus, so I don't se him!

Good luck and take care! -I will try to get onto this to write things other than about my books. Time has been very short lately, and the publishers are on my back to promote..promote...promote!! I am not good at that, and not 'techie' at all! It's all beyond me. I'm far too old!

That's why I took the liberty of using this site. I thought that was what it was for. - But I understand what you are saying.
Thanks for letting me know.
Diane :-(


Member Since
Aug 2007
Brian Childers said:
posted on Feb 18, 2011
me again, lol

Hi Diane,

I didn't mean to make you feel bad. I read your story that youw ent to Cyprus to help out -t hat's awesome.

Your stoyr about your mum - you cuold tell that and lead into your book.

I know nothing about publishing books but I"ll bet they need you to prmote promote promote -never thought about that aspect of it!!

Fire away, girl! you're all good
~B


Member Since
Oct 2009
Diane Griffith said:
posted on Feb 19, 2011
Thanks Brian

Hi, Brian.
Thank you for bothering to reply to me. I feel that I have inadversantly found a friend, by making a mistake.
You are right about the publishing busines. It's very difficult to get a book published these days, and apart from writing it, I have to edit it, make sure every i is dotted, every t is crossed, all the punctuation is correct etc. etc. Or pay $2000 to have it done. I can't afford that...(And I want the money from sales to go to help the poor neglected animals.)
Then, after all that hard work and dedication; blood, sweat and tears, you have to 'sell' your books!
The days when publshers did all that have gone, especially if you are not a well now writer, or a celeb who probably never wrote a word themselves. Can't imagine Cilla Black, Katie Price, or Susan Boyle writing a whole book! 
I only know how to use Word to write, the rest is all beyond me. But I am trying! Very trying! :-(
I have joined Facebook and try to mention my books there. But it's hit and miss. If nobody knows about them, to look on Amazon, well it has all been a waste of time... And I mean half my life, stuck in a room with my PC!
Thanks for the tip. I will give it a go. Cheers!