A year later

Nearly a year after publishing my first book, I’ve learnt so much.

A lot of googling, Facebook groups/friends and twitter friends, have made me improve so much. Marketing still scares me, but not as much. Books have sold, reviews have appeared – most are good too. That takes a bit to get used too.

I’ve still got a lot to learn, but my writing is now stronger an better. So here’s to my next release.

Falling for a Duke update

With the arc’s on the way out, I’m hoping for reviews to be in by the release date of the eBook.

I’m also arranging a Facebook release launch, and I may be offering a few prizes and more information on the book. Maybe reviews and teasers, if they are back.

 

A Troublesome Book

So one of my new series of books will be a fantasy romance across the centuries. I say as I throw my tablet across the room.

Already, I’ve ditched the first 26000 words. Yep, you read that right. Started again, but it’s not right.

So back to the original ditched attempt, I have a copy. Thank God.

Part one is actually fine, better then the second attempt. So let’s keep that. It’s the present day that’s causing problems. But not anymore, I’ve an idea which may work.

So, time to bring back that first draft and re-work the second part.

It will not defeat me!

English Spelling

Just to Clear it up.

When I wrote Persecuting Abi, I placed a disclaimer in the front stating it was in British English. No one took any notice and the spellings got brought up in my review. Since then it’s been changed to American English.

However, one of my beta’s has picked up on the ‘wrong spelling’ of realised. So I need to make one thing very clear to all my readers.

‘Falling for a Duke’ is Scottish, I am English. Therefore, my Scottish novels will be wrote in British English.

Sorry if this causes any problems.