Today’s the release day for my novel, A Good Kind of Knowing, in ebook! (Paperback release is set for December.)
It’s available now for Kindle and iPad users here. (It’ll be up on BN.com soon; they’re having technical difficulties. Google Books and iBookstore are in the queue, as well.)
The ebook already has two reviews on Amazon, both five stars. Yeehaw. Off to a good start.
By the way, I was feeling stressed about releasing my second novel—until Hurricane Sandy decided to pull her stunt. She sure knows how to upstage a sista.
Now all I can think about is how worried I am about people out East. And I can’t really be stressed about a book coming out when there are folks with no power and flooded homes and worse. Thanks for the reality check, Evil Sandy.
So, yes, the ebook is out there. But I’m not worried about it anymore. No more of this “Will readers love it like they loved Blue Straggler? Is my writing good enough?” kind of thinking.
Don’t get me wrong. Yes, I hope you all like it. I hope it makes you feel something. I hope you dream about the characters; I hope they get under your skin.
I especially hope you don’t hate me for the ending.
But that’s it! No more obsessing about changes I would STILL make after all this time.
Thank you for reading, and for reviewing, if you can. Those reviews are so important to indie authors like me.
Stay safe out there, everyone! Hope your Kindles are fully charged!
(If you do have power, you might want to check out this slideshow featuring excerpts from the book and some awesome Texas photography.)
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