Thank you so much for the positive response to my latest venture. Especially those of you who trusted me enough to buy early and/or submitted a review.
I'm overwhelmed. And I'm sorry, too. Kate is right: I rushed it.
I'm going to spend next week (or longer) working with another friend to fix the errors. I really thought I'd caught most of them, but like a lawyer who represents him/herself, only a fool thinks she can edit her own book.
Color me foolish. But most of my favorite ventures included a baptism by fire. So why not this one, too?
Maybe the soft launch versions will be collector's editions. Consider them the galley proofs I should have insisted on before pushing this out.
And yes, the book is fiction. Fiction. Fiction! I really don't want to throw in a werewolf or a vampire but if I have to do that to bring the fictional point home, I guess I might.
Anyway. Thank you. Standby for an update and the possibility of an event where the next version (edited) may be available. If you're one to overlook errors, hit me up. I have a few on hand and can save you shipping costs.
On a related note, Jeff and I were out when I finally got my first shipment of books. Alison had brought the box inside but hadn't opened it. Jeff grabbed one, stood next to her and flipped through it. He asked her if she was going to read it.
"I just saw the word "moaning,"" my teenage Puritan said. "No way."
He said something along the lines of it might have been a reference to moaning in agony or something to do with food.
"I also saw "prostitute," " she said. "There's nothing about those two words together that I need to see."
Can't say as I disagree with her.