I did it. It only took me six months but I did it. I am so happy with myself for getting this book finished.
It is hard to believe that at this time in 2010 I was looking at publishing my very first book.
There were a lot of bumps and scrapes along the way but the writing journey has been a great one. I don’t think I would have done anything differently either. It has been a long learning process.
Now that 2 ½ years have gone by and 4 books later I feel pretty good about getting ready to start book 5.
I can see myself flipping back and forth between series with each book. That is fine. I really don’t mind now that the hardest story to write has been written.
I won’t even wonder if it is good enough for my readers. The main thing is that I feel it is a powerful read for me. All that I have learned from my kids are written in these pages.
It is all fiction – mind you, but the ideas for the story came from somewhere. Like hearing someone’s story here or there and tweaking it a little bit more.
I can already hear the mother’s gasp when they read what Carol’s mother has stolen from her room. They will say how could you?
I will say that there once was this child who attended a juvenile rehab facility and his mother did something at the rehab that would make everyone gasp. At a rehab, mind you…….
Road Salt (Wings from Ashes, 2) will be part of the Kindle Select Program for the coming 90 days. Once that is done I will see about releasing it to all the rest of the eReader sites and in print.
So if you are interested: You can find it here…. Road Salt (Wings from Ashes, 2) Kindle Edition
Before I forget!
Starting 01/04/2013 until 01/08/2013
This eBook will be offered for free to everyone who would like a copy for their Kindle. Get your copy while you can…
So you ask, what will you be working on next?
As I said, I will be flipping back and forth between series so naturally the next story I will be working on will be the next book in my Orgarlan Saga.
Who knows, maybe Keja and Chancy will make an appearance in the next book…. Hmmm…