Natalya Latimer’s ability to see the future has been as much curse as gift. Knowing that she would someday find his dead body destroyed her relationship with her best friend and lover. But when it finally happens, nothing turns out the way she expected it to and suddenly she’s flying blind, with no gift to tell her where she’s going.
I went on an editing binge. Completely stiff from not moving for hours in a row, hungry, cranky, voice worn out from reading aloud.
But I clicked the Amazon publish button twenty minutes ago.
(Cross-posting at The Write Push)
Well that is spooky! Just finished reading your first two books for the second time about half an hour ago. I thought it must be time for you to have put out another book or two, and blow me down, you pushed the button 20 minutes ago! Freaky. I look forward to reading it. Cheers
Awesome, that’s so cool! Have you read the Christmas short story? If you need an epub version, send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I’ll send it to you in that format. I’m going to get it up on the epub sites eventually, but not until February. Otherwise, it’ll be free on Amazon from December 22nd to December 26th. And Time’s going to be free on the 21st and 22nd. I hope you like it!
Ummmm, what’s epub. I have a kindle, and I know what a pdf file is, but epub? Sorry I am not up with the program! x
Oh, epub is what you would use for a Nook or iPad. If you’re using a Kindle, the file extension on your files is mobi. That’s the format that the short story is already in, so you can download it for free on Sunday. And the new book, too!