One of the best parts about being an independent author is my control over the creative process. This past month I discovered some wonderful websites and software that gives me the ability to refine my craft and substantially improve the quality of my products. I’m super excited about it.
As such, I’ve been diligently working to spruce up my current catalogue as well as getting ready for my latest release. Follow the sale link above to see the wonderful new Kindle cover art for each of my books! I plan on updating the paperback versions as well in the coming weeks, but those take a bit more time and effort to arrange.
In addition to my newly revamped cover art, I also had the opportunity to revise and edit Turquoise Boot Straps: A Survivor’s Thoughts. I haphazardly threw it together for it’s initial release and the poor grammar has been driving me batty ever since. Ironic, since my blogging grammar is lazy and all around awful most times. Now, Boots been put through it’s proper paces. It looks much better. The essence of the stories are the same, but they are much easier to read without the grammatical massacre.
I’m still working on revising Candy Apple Butterscotch. It might be ready for the second release by the end of the year, however it isn’t my top priority.
There are other exciting events on the horizon. Stay tuned!