Have mercy, what a week! Athena’s Daughter is now out in the big, wide world, in both e-book and paperback!
The first time I held an actual physical copy of one of my books!
I did kind of a “soft opening” last week just to make sure all the formatting, etc. was correct. (Since each vendor has different requirements for books, I had to create three different formats. I now believe I could probably leap tall buildings in a single bound!) But now that all the various wrinkles are ironed out, I’m shouting it out loud – My new book is here!
If you’d like to snag a copy for yourself, the buy links are here. Unfortunately, Barnes & Noble is being its usual slow self in getting the book listed (even though they were one of the first vendors to receive the book) but I’m hopeful they’ll get around to it soon. If you have a Nook, though, and want it now, Smashwords is the place to go for it.
I can’t even begin to express how much your support and encouragement has meant to me! I hope you enjoy the story of Athena, Derek and little Elizabeth. If you like it, feel free to leave a review at Amazon, iTunes and/or Goodreads!
I also want to mention that my website is down temporarily as I move it all over to WordPress.org. It’s a lot harder to do it than everyone said it would be, so I’m not sure when the site will be live again, but I’ll let you know. When I finally get it done, it’ll be a lot more interactive and a lot more fun than the other one was.
And in between promoting Athena’s Daughter and Crimson and Clover, and tearing my hair out over the website, I’m in the home stretch on Royal Orleans (which I think might get a title change), the story of Spencer, a radio deejay in New Orleans, and Geoff, her hard-rocking lover.
Things are busy, but busy is good!