I Have Gone Crazy

I Have Gone Crazy

I’ve ordered business cards. It’s all uphill from here, folks.

(Why did I do this, you might ask? Because of posts like this [S.W. Vaughn] and this [Inky Fresh Press] and this [Maria Schneider] and a dozen other articles spanning the course of several years, including agents’ recollections: they remember you better if you have a business card. They like you better if you have a business card. It proves you have some business sense, and are willing to market yourself.)

(And making this purchase is one of those Big Steps I’m taking toward Doing This As a Professional. Watch out, world.)



A three-times bestselling author, Ruthanne Reid has led a convention panel on world-building, taught courses on plot and character development, and been the keynote speaker for the Write Practice Retreat. Author of two series with five books and fifty-plus short stories, Ruthanne has lived in her head since childhood, when she wrote her first story about a pony princess and a genocidal snake-kingdom and used up her mom’s red typewriter ribbon in the process. When she isn’t reading, writing, or reading about writing, Ruthanne enjoys old cartoons with her husband and two cats, and dreams of living on an island beach far, far away. P.S. Red is still her favorite color.