1 Novelist Wife 1 Musician Husband 1 Toddler 1 RV 5 months, 55 cities. This is A NOVEL MUSIC TOUR. Featuring our cross-country family adventure, summed up in a 15 minute mini-movie. Thank you for all your support along the way!
Everyone has heard of the elusive Big Break—that moment when an ordinary individual is handed the opportunity of a lifetime, launching them to celebrity status. It’s the Cinderella moment everyone dreams of, followed by the fairy tale “and they lived happily ever after” ending. Sounds like a dream come true, right? Wrong. Why? Because The... Continue Reading →
This was published as a guest post over at Chick Lit Plus. To register to win the ebook, go to: http://www.chicklitcentral.com/2013/07/roam-around-world-with-sharisse.html) Today we have Sharisse Coulter here to talk about life on the road and some of her favorite places and experiences. Not only is she an author, but she also does photography and videography. Her... Continue Reading →
In grad school my thesis supervisor called me an “economical writer.” I took it to heart, interpreting it as a nice way of saying I never met my assigned word count. Through novel writing, I have learned that it was a compliment, not an insult. And yet, despite being wrong, I retained the ability to... Continue Reading →
So it turns out that touring the country, booking gigs, playing gigs, raising a child, and taking video, then editing the footage into palatable highlight videos is time consuming. And a little insane. Who knew? Well, okay, probably everyone but Lee and I, but we have tons of footage that we're so excited to share... Continue Reading →
Here's an example of why it's so handy to have a musician husband: he can write a song about my book from one of my main characters to the other. That's what I call a great anniversary present! Kudos, husband. I hope you'll enjoy the song and video (recorded on tour live from North Carolina)... Continue Reading →
THE TOUR: Breakneck Speed at 55mph By Sharisse Coulter This, my first blog of the tour, comes to you from day 5. We are in Flagstaff, Arizona getting rested up for our first show here tonight at Bookman’s. I’m sure that seasoned RVers out there will read some of our itinerary and laugh outright, but... Continue Reading →
Thanks to Jordan Rosenfeld for tagging me in this Q&A literary game. It’s the kind of thing I’d normally procrastinate doing, but since my novel comes out January 2013, it’s a great exercise in getting me out of my marketing frenzy and back to what matters: the book. Plus, it gives me an excuse to... Continue Reading →