That Girl Gets Around

Josephine – a traveling machine

She’s been to over half the states in the U.S.

She’s been to Australia.

She’s been to Canada.

She’s been to the UK (a few times!)

I am fortunate that I can “see” where she is going a lot of the time – people order copies directly from me or people have won giveaways and contests.

I love going to the post office and sending her to somewhere new. I hope each time she finds a reader who will fall in love with her story, root for her, empathize with her.

The world map on WordPress is awesome. I love seeing that people from China, Germany, and India are reading my posts too. Maybe Josephine will get to travel there soon!

Where are your stories traveling? If you are a reader, how do you decide to read something written by someone in a different country?

**Just curious, how many of you heard Sammy Hagar’s “The Girl Gets Around” from Footloose (the original) when you read the title? 🙂 **

About melindamcguirewrites

The young man or woman writing today has forgotten the problems of the human heart in conflict with itself which alone can make good writing because only that is worth writing about, worth the agony and the sweat. ------ William Faulkner, Nobel Prize Speech, Stockholm, 1950
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6 Responses to That Girl Gets Around

  1. Reblogged this on Anakalian Whims and commented:
    On my list of things to read… book signing plans in the works. Check out the book and the author!

  2. zencherry says:

    Yeah, it was Sammy Hagar’s song. Yeah. 😉 How much fun is it seeing your books travel all over the place? Good job!

  3. DM Yates says:

    Isn’t that fun? Imagine seeing your books going around the world. You certainly deserve it.

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