This book writing business is a lot (a lot a lot a lot) of work and there is a ton to learn and think about when you’re doing it yourself. Luckily I have a lot of really great people out there who are a great source of encouragement and inspiration – otherwise I think I’d be quite insane by now.
The good folk over at Celtic Thoughts have been wonderful for so long…and today they feature an interview with me. It’s my first and I am thrilled and flattered that Brighid chose to feature my book this week. If you’d care to peruse the short and sweet interview, here it is.
I’d be lost without all of the help and encouragement, or at the very least I’d be ripping out my hair and rocking back and forth incessantly. There seems to be an issue with the availability of the paperback version of Petticoats, Patriots, and Partition – but the hardback, the E-Book, and the Kindle versions are all available. Paperback should be there too but it has randomly vanished – temporarily (it BETTER be temporarily or I’m going to flip out on someone big time). Within a couple of weeks though, it should be possible to walk into any bookstore in the world and ask them to order a copy. That in itself is pretty neat, and so is the idea of actually being done.
Also, if there are any of my readers who purchased a copy before 12/4/15, you got a very special edition – one that I’m not thrilled with at all. I will happily replace it for you if you like. This is why it was a soft launch after all. The editing and spelling errors may not bother other people at all but they bother me so if you’d like a replacement, please let me know. Otherwise – it’s finished! It’s available! If you’re so inclined, read a copy and let me know what you thought about it.