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Today’s snippet concludes the scene in the kitchen between Amber and Nicci (and because it concludes it in only seven sentences, I went back and repeated a sentence from last week.) Tomorrow, I skip ahead about fifty pages and start a new scene with Meoraq. Don’t forget to enter the Gann Giveaway for a chance to win a free ecopy of the book! I’m plugging right along on those edits!
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Good news, everyone! (Fifty points to you if you read that in Professor Farnsworth’s voice.) Some time ago, I signed up with an indie publisher to help me get my book out there in formats that confound me, and she has just informed me that as of today, all my books are now available on Barnes and Noble’s NOOK! Starting tomorrow, she will begin the laborious and thankless task of submitting the books to Kobo, ARE and the Apple store as well, so now when I say the Gann Giveaway will award a free ecopy of my book, I don’t just mean for the Kindle! Just be aware that after submitting to Apple, it may still be six weeks before the book makes it through their hellish screening process in order that I not end up in adult-filter purgatory.
She looked at herself in the bathroom mirror and saw a big (fat) unsmiling (mean-eyed) stranger (bitch) who’d bullied her only living relative on the day of their mother’s funeral.
“It had to be said,” whispered Amber. She rinsed her mouth and washed her face and put her hair up. “Sometimes you just have to say the bad stuff.”
She went on out past weeping Nicci and off to work like it didn’t matter. In a way, it didn’t. They simply didn’t have any choice.