Almost three months ago I started re-writing Vermilion Tears and I’m finally finished with the re-write! Wow! Who would have ever thought it would have taken so long? Well, not me anyway. I’m so excited it’s finished…again. I’m just as excited as the first time I thought I was finished, but this time I think it is truly done.
This is my first self-published book and it has been a huge learning curve. I think the hardest part as an indie author is finding a really good beta reader and reasonable editor and I finally feel like this time around I’ve done both. It takes a long time because you can’t know how good someone’s work is until you buy the services, so in a way, it’s like buying a book, you can’t truly know how good it is until you open it up and read it yourself.
Anyhow, I’m even more in love with my bookbaby than ever before and I can’t wait to get some reviews from the newest version of Vermilion and I know you can’t please everyone, but if I can please most I think that’s what I really want, just to entertain and have people walk away happy. Vermilion was never written to change a life, I wrote it for people to take a little, sometimes scary, journey with Lydia.