I get asked a lot of questions. Here are answers to a few of the most common ones – maybe they’ll help you too.
Where can I buy your books?
Many places! All the big and little name book selly places, plus directly from Bella Books. If you’re an audio lover, your audiobook outlet of choice should have you covered.
Your new book is only available on Amazon as paperback! Gah! Where’s the Kindle version?
Coming soon. Promise. The Kindle version will be released about a two weeks after Amazon’s paperback release, so keep looking. Or if you’re impatient (no judgement), Bella Books has all of my novels available in all e-book formats as well as paperback on release day.
Hey, I found something I think is a factual error in one of your books and want to let you know – what’s the best way to do that?
I would ask kindly – please don’t. If you’ve spotted it, that means the book is published and there is literally NOTHING I can do except spend weeks anxious about the fact that maybe I mis-researched something and not getting any other writing done because of said anxiety about this thing. I understand wanting to let me know is with the best intentions, but…I write fiction. Chalk it up to that.
BUT! If you’ve found a formatting error that’s slipped past a million proof readers, I’m sure Bella Books would love to know so it can be corrected either through eBook magic or the next print run.
Can you sign my book?
Of course I can! But only if it’s in front of me, obviously… You can catch me at conferences like GCLS whenever I jump across the ocean. If that’s not an option I’m always happy to sign any book sent to me, if you pay for return postage. I also have bookplates which I offer for the price it costs me to produce and send them. Fair warning – I have handwriting like chicken scratch.
Why are you so great?
Thanks, Mum, but please stay out of my FAQs.
I sent you a message through your contact form and you didn’t respond. Rude!
I love getting messages and always respond, but email server dealios hate me. Check your junk folder?
Your Twitter handle @zgrokit is so weird. Why do you have it, and how do you pronounce it?
I know. It was a nickname given to me in high school by a friend when we decided we needed new nicknames. When I turned into a very famous and important member of society I thought about changing it, but it’s totally me, so it stayed. Drop the ‘z’ and you’re golden with pronunciation.
What are you working on now?
Who knows! Many things, probably. Highly likely it’s a novel featuring women who love women. Check out the blog or my Twitter for juicy details.
Do you have a newsletter?
Nope. Anything I have to say will be in the pages of my blog and I trust you to find it.