In an effort to streamline operations here at the Offices of Erin O'Brien, I've removed all the sticky notes from my computer face (that date as far back as a year [well ... I think that far, they're not dated]) and adhered them to a notebook page. By doing so, I will clearly be able to complete the tasks so meticulously outlined on each square (I don't know what half of the notes mean and cannot read the other half). Feel free to employ this method in your own administrative life.
In perhaps a more industrious use of my time, I've also created a public calendar listing my readings, signings and events and posted a link to it right over there near the top of the right-hand side bar for reference.
Here are the events so far:
Feb 2: An Irish Hungarian Book Launch, Local Girl Gallery, 7 p.m. with a reading at 8 p.m.
Feb 8: Radio spot, Around Noon with Dee Perry, WCPN 90.3, Northeast Ohio, listen live or online at 12 p.m. EST or download the podcast anytime after the airdate.
March 24: An Irish Hungarian reading and signing, Mac's Backs, 7 p.m.
March 31: Workshops, The 21st Annual Western Reserve Spring Writers’ Conference, Lakeland Community College.
Here is the first bit of feedback I've received from a reader who downloaded the Kindle version from Amazon, read it cover to cover and sat down to send me this.
I couldn't help myself. I just preordered ten copies of your book to give to friends ... Thank you for creating this perfect book so that I can unexpectedly gift them to friends that will enjoy it immensely.
Wow. Stay tuned, boppers.
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