Getting back to editing my new book, easier than I thought...
Here is the news:
I have taken the longest break with working on my new book than I ever have since I started writing it back in 2012. I haven't looked at it once since the end of September. This was not due to lack of interest or laziness - quite the opposite actually.
I have spent every free moment since September getting my first two books ("Dreams Are Unfinished Thoughts" & "Welcome To Parkview") second editions in
Now that there is literally nothing more for me to do with the second edition re-releases of the first two books (it's just a waiting game now for them to ship from Ingram), yesterday I decided to go back to editing my new book, "Yours Truly, 2095." I was afraid that taking 3 months off from the book would set me back and I would be out of sync with the characters or the storyline. I couldn't believe how effortlessly I slipped right back into the book and picked up right where I left off in September.
Of course, this far out, I can only advertise soft release dates for the new book, but we are shooting for spring / early-summer release schedule for all 3
The gears are grinding again with "Yours Truly, 2095." Stay tuned...