Never get used to this feeling
Release day. It's different for every author, I'm sure, but for me, there's nothing more exciting or unnerving than putting your work out there. But it's today. Lost Wages of Sin is now available in print and e-book. It's weird pimping the first book when you're editing the second and writing the fourth, but I can say, without a doubt, the series is going the way I want it to. And that really is all an author can ask. And thus far, the revised installment is doing well with fans of the original. I was incredibly humbled by the review from Wendy Mitchell's Rage, Sex and Teddy Bears that went live yesterday. I know how much she enjoyed the first, and I was more than a little nervous to see how the updated version struck her.
I tell you, knowing your work resonates with readers is worth its weight in gold.
I have blogs to plan, posts to write, and a busy month ahead. I hope to see a lot of you at the Facebook Party on Monday. It'll be a fun couple hours, with prizes out the wazoo.
But I hope to have other material for you. I have some posts I've been wanting to write for a while. Those are all coming up.