Well, I have some bad news to inform you all of. The publisher that once looked at Amethyst Epiphany has dropped the title. However, this isn’t the end of my beloved characters. I still have many ideas in my head and Calliope’s future and the future of her children all mapped out in my head.
I will be searching for a new publisher to present to you my fae princess and everyone she entangles herself with in her crazy web of life, and I hope you will all be willing to come along with me on the adventure.
I have been told that I should self-publish through Amazon and that is indeed one option, but I will find the best option for me and this novel. In the meantime I am working on some non-Callie adventures.
Fret not, I still plan on continuing her story and getting her voice heard.
Speaking of which evidently faeries have lovely singing voices. In my head this is how Callie sounds whilst singing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hD1I7c3G9Ls. What do you imagine a fae would sound like singing?
Chapter eight of Crimson Betrayal is nearly finished. Something I’m grateful for. I’m a little annoyed, though, because my computer ate part of that chapter so I’ll have to rewrite a bit of it. Yet the idea I had for it that got swallowed up is still etched in my head, so it will be all right. I will rewrite that and then I’ll be happy.
My coworker Nate was asking me a lot about Amethyst Epiphany last night. Without giving too much away I did tell him the general synopsis, and he said that he could already tell it was going to be awesome, and he promised to buy two copies. He said I had to sign them, though. That made me feel good, though, to know that even though I work a crappy job that a lot of my coworkers plan on buying my book means a lot to me.
I can’t wait until it’s published. I will be happy dancing all over the place I’m sure. Haven’t started revisions yet, but I’m hoping that it’s nothing too drastic. We will see. All I know is that I’m happy it’s getting published. It just seemed like a distant dream that would never happen, but it’s happening! & I hope this only the beginning of good things to come.