The prequel to My Name is Wilma, which I will be publishing as a free ebook is surprising even me. In it we meet the perfectly nice Suzanna who transforms into Stragna Woman, when she feels she has no option. She is one of a kind.
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Wilma een Wereldkat is receiving a lot of love. It was published this summer so readers quite often sent their short reviews from holiday destinations or their sunny back gardens. We had a fantastic summer over here, didn't we?
I don't know about you but I love Facebook memories popping up, even if they are not the happiest ones. They can be inspiring for a project I am working, on inspire new stories or just provide a nostalgic place for a while.
The translation of My Name is Wilma is done, the correction rounds have also been completed. The cover for the paperback is off to the printer. Cat Max is not known for his patience. And neither am I; can't wait...
Yep, done and dusted. That's how I truly felt after my translation of My name is Wilma. My partner Wim would read through this brilliant translation, leave the odd remark, I'd correct what he'd picked up and Bob was your uncle.
The first time round, I decided to only publish My name is Wilma as an ebook through Kindle Direct. This meant I could not publish the ebook anywhere else for a while. Here are some of the reviews she got on Amazon.
I loved Nuraine Sadaf’s review of My Name is Wilma. She is from Reedsy Discovery. At first, I was a bit nervous about paying for a 'real' review but I couldn't be happier with the result. Here it is, unabridged :)
Do I look bizarre on this photo? I might look my age, I am not wearing make up either, my hair is swept up in a ponytail so I don’t drown in the abundant water on my walk, but bizarre…
We're live! Wilma is going round the world again, and she's happy it's not in a plane this time. She finally gets to share her adventures from a Kindle Store near you.
In September 2021 the paperback version of Creativity Matters hit the bookstores. Of course it is also available online and as an ebook.
Here's another very brief interview with Wilma about her cover...