I mentioned before that life events interrupted my blog and Desperate Wishes and that is still the case, but I'm getting back on track. Slowly.
Darth Jingles still sits in my window, judging me, and making me feel guilty over all the delays. She's really good at that judging you into guilt thing. Better than any other cat I've known. I keep thinking I'll delve into why Jingles is so good at making you feel like your soul has been damned or is at least in probation, but I also keep meaning to finish Desperate Wishes too.
Now, my other project.... That not everyone wants or needs explicit scenes in their reading list was brought to my attention, so I re-edited The Lexi Frost and Thousand Words series to reflect that change. Then I smooshed them together - eight books into three. Yes, they're longer, and yes, "smooshed" is a writing term. So now that's done but I'm waiting on feedback from beta readers and covers.
Desperate Wishes is almost to the final scenes. It took an unexpected twist, but that's okay. It happens. And if I didn't expect it, I can only hope readers won't. I'm hopeful I can wrap up that first draft soon. First I have to take care of Apple.
Once upon a time, I added most of my books to iBooks, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, Kobo, Google Play, and of course Amazon. It was an experiment. Amazon won by far. It wasn't just sales, it was ease of use. So I removed the books from everywhere except Amazon, with a couple of exceptions on Smashwords because it was a good idea. Amazon just notified me that four books are back in the Apple store. Really? That's a mystery since I no longer have an iTunes login. Not having a login may prove challenging, so I'll have to see how that goes.
- Excerpt from Never Ready(The Lexi Frost Series Book Four)