As the process goes from completing books to zoning in on a readership for each one, I'm straightening out all sorts of tiny details. I'm not going to make the mistake of not knowing who each book is for before I start marketing them. In short, I've learned this interesting lesson--when presenting books to the world, it is best to have a plan. (Who knew, right? haha)
So I'm getting the books labeled genre and age-wise (except for Bellevere, still working on that.) Victoria is going through a pretty big rewrite to pull some of melodrama down and make Victoria's personality blend more with Alyce--or what used to be Alyce's, now the two are combined that's no longer a useful way to put it. The Prince's Ball is retitled to Temmark Osteraith.
I'm going to do a different print of Birthday Present. Old Facets (containing Jurant) and Ryan and Essie still on Amazon, but taking a back seat. Blue Facets has three stories and I like their vibe together.
Singing, dreaming, telling stories . . . I live surrounded by cultivated fields that rapidly give way to wild flowers, wild plants, and wild life. I love to write more than I love to read, but nothing equals a book that draws me in to find its story. Most recently publication: A Year with the Harrisons, a contemporary comedy about three sisters and a family mystery. Next year's publication: Temmark Osteraith, a futuristic fairy-tale adventure.