I’m so excited to announce that the editing of the Amazon and the Beast is almost finished. I’m hoping to publish within a few weeks. The first pre-orders were already flying out the door while I was in Japan. A travel blog about this beautiful country will follow later this week.
In the meantime, if you want to enjoy reading some kick-ass paranormal romance, here’s the excerpt on Instafreebie.
So, on the first of March the editing of The Amazon and the Beast will start. I’m super excited about my first supernatural romance/urban fantasy novel. It will also be my first indie ebook so a whole new world is opening up for me with (seemingly) endless opportunities. One of the things my editor told me to do before I hand in my first draft is to send it to my beta readers. I had a fixed few beta readers, but I found I needed fresh new eyes. So, who best to ask than book bloggers I like reading reviews from. I specifically searched for bloggers who read my genre and who are good critiques, which of course is essential.
Then I thought about what to ask them?
Ever have those moments when you discover something new and go like “how have I ever lived without this before!!”? Well, I kind of have that with Scrivener. I might actually be one of the last authors on Earth (sometimes I do like to exaggerate) that discovered this writing tool just now. For the last 4 years I was using one main Word document for my manuscript and several sub Word docs for my notes. I also had paper notes all around the house. Well, no more! Thing is, with Scrivener you just need 1 program that does it all.
Since a picture says more than a thousand words I will show some print screens.