Blood Diva is now live on NetGalley. For those of you who don’t know, NetGalley is a site where “professional readers” — reviewers, book bloggers, librarians and the rest (YSWIDT) get to download DRM copies of books for FREE. I’m doing this through Patchwork Press Cooperative, so they are managing things, including deciding who is “approved”. I’m staying out of that, but if you are a reviewer and a NetGalley reader who didn’t get approved, let me know and I’ll see what I can do. I’d love some pre-publication reviews, which can be posted on Goodreads. Also if you aren’t following on twitter or facebook, please click those neat little icons in the upper right corner. Thank you much.
Still putting the polish on my book – awaiting feedback from my minions, endless rounds of proofreading, line-by-line edits, etc – trying to see how much I can do “on my own” — book production-wise — and coming up against limits where I least expect them.
For those paying attention, this isn’t my first SP experience, but I’m determined to make it my best.
Meantime, because I can’t just reread the damn thing twenty-four hours a day, I’ve been working on