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Book 4, Draft 2 Finished!

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Book 4, Draft 2 Finished!

I’m excited to announce that I’ve finished my second draft of Call of Hywilkin! That means all that’s left to do is some proofreading, formatting, and making sure my illustrations are spaced through the book in a way that makes sense.

I’m hoping to have a release date for you soon, and I expect that date to be in early March.

Book Four was a real challenge for me to write.  There were many stops and starts which made me worry that the plot was stilted and choppy. I was so relieved during my read-through to find the opposite to be true. There is so much action and emotion in this book. It’s packed full of all of the characters you’ve grown close to, and a few new ones you’re sure to love. I truly can’t wait to share it with the world!

Here’s a preview illustration of Flitt, who’s as cheeky as ever in this book.  If you like the image, I have a whole line of products available for sale on redbubble.

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Finally, I have a favor to ask. If you’ve read any of the books in this series and haven’t written a review yet, please consider reviewing them on Amazon. I’m especially grateful for reviews of Call of Brindelier, book three in the series. Thanks so much, and check back for more news coming soon!

 

Best Sellers! Kinda

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Best Sellers! Kinda

As you probably know if you read my blog last week, I started a free book promo on Amazon Wednesday. I had no idea how it would go. Call of Kythshire was the first to be available free, from Wednesday through Saturday. Call of Sunteri was free on Friday and Saturday.

Overall it was a good run, I think.  Kythshire hit #1 in its category on Wednesday night, and then the two books sat at #2 and #3 Best Sellers for the remainder of the promotion. I had thousands of downloads throughout the promo, which was  really thrilling!

I hope that those who downloaded my book actually read it and enjoy it. I really do. I have said all along that I’m not looking to become a millionaire off of my writing. I do it because I love it. I don’t want it to turn into “work” for me. I just want to share my stories and my artwork with an audience. I want them to lose themselves in the world that I’ve created, just for a little while.

I’m also hoping for a good chunk of reviews. Good ones, hopefully. So, if you have read Call of Kythshire or Call of Sunteri, I’d love it if you’d let the folks at Amazon know what you thought of them! Let me know, too!