Every book release I take a moment to reflect on the journey and to celebrate the future. It's been no secret that "The World: According to Graham" was a difficult book to write. It wan't because I didn't have ideas or couldn't force myself to put words on the paper. It's because I so wanted to craft their story perfectly. With that came a ton of self-doubt. After one night of tears, my husband told me to just give them the fairy tale and move on. I decided to take the easy way out and finish the story. After giving it a couple of reads, I renamed the file and deleted more than half of the words. That was painful, but it was also liberating. I don't work for anyone but myself. I have the luxury of missing a deadline to get the story right. I committed to telling their story as I wanted it told, and spent the next three weeks writing 40,000 words. The final version of the book that you have waiting on your Kindle for you to enjoy is my proudest work. I can't wait to hear your thoughts so please, please, please leave reviews. I read every single one.
As for the future, I am so excited about my new series. It's very different from anything that I've written and the characters make me excited to race to my computer every morning. It's centered around a band, but I promise that it's not another regurgitated rock love story.
Grab your copy of "The World: According to Graham" today! http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013GUG21Q?*Version*=1&*entries*=0