I haven’t managed to see all the films that I’d planned on seeing over the last two weeks. Really bummed about missing Haywire and Young Adult. I suppose that happens. It just sucks when the films don’t stay at the theaters long.
In the meantime, I have stayed busy. I finished writing PHANTOM WARRIORS: ARCTOS on Sunday night. Monday was a bit of a wash work-wise. I spent time with friends instead. Tuesday, I broke out the YA and started the slow process of re-editing. So far I’ve managed to rearrange the first seven chapters of the book. I think the changes will take care of the problems I had with pacing. (I don’t normally have problems with pacing, so when I do, I know there’s a BIG problem with the manuscript.) Anyway, it’s off to a good start. I was going to plow ahead, but decided to edit PW: Arctos first, since I knew it would be easier and far quicker to do. I’m hoping that it doesn’t take more than a couple of days to complete. Once it’s done, I’ll format it and release it on Kindle, Smashwords, and Nook, then send it off to be reformatted for All Romance Ebooks. With any luck, it’ll be up and for sale by the middle of next week. 🙂
The Passive Voice blog had a very interesting survey on the site today. It was all about Indie authors and the self-publishing movement. If you’ve self-published a book (backlist or original), you may want to stop by and fill it out. The whole thing is semi-anonymous. (i.e. No names given, but I’m sure there are captured ISP’s.) I’m looking forward to seeing the results.
Bernard also had some good news to share. He received a terrific review for his book, COLD BLOODED. Way to go, B!!! May it be the first of many great reviews. Another bit of good news is that the audio version of Lynn Viehl’s new book, NIGHTBORN is now 50% off. Grab them while you can.