One Year On

So in fairy tales it is often a year and a day that people must wait, or that passes before the next significant event in the story.

It has been a year and three days since I officially released my first book.

Doesn’t seem that long.

I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all the people who have bought my book, read my book, shared my book and talked about it. I am extremely grateful for the investment in time you put into my words. I hope they repaid them well!

Thank you for spreading the word, for telling friends and relatives about my book, for waving your copy at other people, for taking pictures of the cover, for posting it on FB.

I’ve heard tell that one of the best ways to sell a book is to write another. Pretty long term plan, if you ask me, but I’m up for it. The Killer and The Dead progresses. Line edits take time. I’ll talk about the nitty-gritty of that on Thursday.

But for now I’ll just say how ridiculously fulfilling it has been to spend this last year sharing my writing with a small, but slowly growing pool of readers. I truly appreciate you, one and all.

And now for sweet sleep, so I can arise anew.

Later.

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