As many of you may know, my second book, “There Used To Be Magic,” came out in July, four months earlier than originally planned, just a smidgeon later than targeted (I missed my intended June deadline). It was out in time for the NW Book Festival, though. And so far, fan response has been wonderful. At least one person did have a “glitchy” spot or two, where they had to work to figure out what I had written because the words/sentences were not in the correct order, but they puzzled it out. Once they let me know about it (thanks, David) I checked the master file, and it is fine. I checked the printed copies, and they are fine. So I’m not sure if it is a Kindle glitch in general, or David’s device.
Foolishly, due to fan requests primarily, I was (and still am) trying to get the next book out in November. That would be “Problems In Pairodice,” the first in the companion science fiction trilogy. Work is coming along, but November will be extermely tight. I’ll try to keep everyone posted here (pun intended).