Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Six Days To Go...

The Kickstarter campaign for Track 9, my second horror/suspense novel is more than well underway. As a matter of fact, we are practically in the twilight of its arc. With six days to go, there is still a healthy portion of funds needed.

We are currently at 54%. 

This will, obviously, end in one of two ways; the first being the best - that we make it!
If that happens, everything listed on the Kickstarter page will go off as planned. The manuscript will be sent to Create Space by early/mid March and things will roll.

If we don't make it - it will be sad, but not earth-shattering. Life will continue. Birds will continue to tweet and cows will continue to moo. The process of getting Track 9 to the masses will just take longer.

So, if you haven't already, please stop by the Kickstarter page. Read the specifics. Watch the video. Plunk down some cold hard plastic and score some rewards.

We might be down, but we're not out.

Sunday, January 29, 2017

It's LIVE, people!

Track 9 - A Journey into Darkness project video thumbnail

Go to Kickstarter or copy and paste the address above! 
Let's make Track 9 happen!!

Friday, January 27, 2017

A mention on another blog!

David W. Berner is a member of The Chicago Writer's Association. According to his blog, "I'm a writer, journalist, and teacher. My latest book will be released in April, 2017. OCTOBER SONG is a journey of time, music, and love, a memoir about the dreams we share. Visit"

He asked writers about their rituals surrounding their own writing procedures. After receiving a number of responses, he posted a list of answers recently on his blog.

Check it out! And check out David's writing as well! Good stuff :)

Monday, January 23, 2017


The Kickstarter for the NEW BOOK, Track 9, is scheduled to begin within the next 14 days. There will be four levels of backing for those who are interested. Let's make this happen!

Yep, we're looking at YOU, readers! :)

Friday, January 6, 2017

Tomorrow, I will be finishing my second novel, including all the revisions and changes. It's been a life's goal to become a writer. One of the proudest moments in my life was to be able to stand in Barnes and Noble (the one near Rockford, not Bloomington, Illinois) and sell one of my books along with a number of other authors selling theirs. I probably won't ever make a lot of money or be well known, and lots of people might not even give them a try because my genre is difficult for some (horror/suspense). But I'm doing it anyway.

If you want to be a part of something important, something groovy, something edgy, and something daring, look for my upcoming Kickstarter Campaign. I hope to have it live by the end of this month.

I'll be posting details if you want to come along for the ride and make something amazing come to life.

Track 9
Sue Rovens