Pushing forward

I’m still working on Reds Hood, anxiously awaiting the day I can publish. For the moment I’m waiting on beta’s to get back to me.

It’s a funtastic wait.

But, as someone who is striving to make writing a career and not just something I do every now and then, I’m pushing forward. That’s right folks, I’m starting on Snow.

Snow? What’s Snow? Well, it’s the second book in my Last Grimm series.

Reds Hood was a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood, Snow…well it’s going to be a retelling of Snow White.

Now, I am not an outliner. I don’t plot my story out, I write by the seat of my pants. Sometimes, I really surprise myself. I really hope that it’ll be finished and it polished  by December, maybe January. So for those who will buy and enjoy Reds Hood, yes, there will be more books. At least three, maybe four. I have not decided yet.

Okay, I hope I’ll have readers. I’ve been completely paranoid that I’m going to have nothing but negative reviews. Which I admit, has given me nightmares. I’ve spent so much time and emotion on this book, it would suck if everyone hated it.

I am self-publishing. Despite the stigma some people still have about it, I’m doing it. But, that’s another post for another day.

So, I’m pushing forward while I wait.

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