I published Beauty and the Beast on amazon just as I said I would two posts ago. I haven't completely thrown myself into promotion just yet but I have set up a blog for it (and the rest of my vampire novels as well) and I am in the process of reactivating my goodreads author account. I also updated my amazon author profile. Sometime this week I'll make an author facebook page. And, for those of you that remember when Castles Made of Sand was available on Kindle, I am bringing it back as soon as I do one more sweep to make sure it is as close to perfect as it can get. We all try, us self-published authors without fancy editors, to do our very best in catching every little mistake. However, it isn't as easy as one might think. I have edited Castles 12 times. That isn't an exaggeration. This will be the 13th time around. Beauty and the Beast didn't need as much work on the story itself but I've read it looking for mistakes four times. But it is possible that there are still mistakes. Should you ever decide to buy one of my books at any time in this little self-publishing journey and you find mistakes, just let me know about them if it isn't too much trouble and I will fix them. Scouts honor. :) Anyway, I thought I would post the link to the new blog and the link to the book in case any of my beloved blog readers here are interested. If you read it and you want to discuss it at any time, I am always available and I will accept any criticism, appreciate suggestions, and answer any questions. Writers love to talk about their made up worlds. We can't help ourselves. lol
I have a summary of the book on amazon (cheesy as it is) so I won't bore you with another. I will tell you, however, that the book is something of a mixture of
With a slight dash of
If the Sanderson sisters had been good witches instead of...well...crazy bitches. :)
So, if you think that a vampire fairy tale with a dash of magick is for you, please check it out. Of course, you can preview it. You can also lend it out to friends.