Hey everyone. I just wanted to give you all a quick update on what’s happening with my book. In my last blog post, I mentioned that I was unsure if I was going to publish this story because I didn’t like how it turned out. Well after spending the past couple of weeks proofreading the new book, I have finally come to a decision.
It turns out that it is not as bad as I thought it was. It’s not bad at all. While battling the flu, I made some corrections and added some new scenes after gaining some more creative ideas for it. I have also changed the title and added a new plot point that I feel enriched the story overall. I’m going to go through a couple of more drafts and have it edited. A book cover will have to be created and I plan to use the same people that did the last book I released. I enjoy their work and their prices are reasonable.
I will continue updating you about the upcoming release date once I feel it’s ready for publication. Thanks to my readers for their patience and understanding. I am now over the flu and feeling 100% better and ready to do more work on this story. I am still undecided as to whether I will take a break after this book is released. I don’t like taking breaks for fear of getting writer’s block and when I get it, it’s usually crippling and feels like an eternity and I feel like I’m going a little crazy waiting for it to come back. For those of you who have experienced it yourselves, I am sure you know exactly what I’m talking about. Although it’s been a while since I’ve had it, I am still afraid to take the chance. If I do take a break, I may do some smaller projects for a while just to keep my creative juices flowing.
All is going well with my son and although we just got slammed with some snow this past Friday, which is already melted away for the most part, we are looking forward to a wonderful Spring season which is hopefully coming soon. I know a lot of you are still going through the bad weather and it has been crazy for most of the country. I wish everyone better weather and sunny days in the coming weeks ahead. Stay safe.
Until next time.