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Author Log 8
I just love y'all.
It has been a busy few weeks (as all summer weeks seem to be) but I wanted to drop in and let you know there are officially words on the page now for Sugar Moon. Bonus they are words that I’m planning to keep.
I know how Isolde is going to tempt (the newest heroine in the series) Zoe to spend a few days at the Black Moon Cabins. I’ve written a couple of wounded heroines in the past but Zoe might be my favorite. I can’t even tell you the number of ways her man is going to help bring her out of her shell - cause spoilers.
I’m not gonna lie every morning while I eat my breakfast I check the preorders for Sugar Moon and do a little happy dance when the number goes up. All I can say is thank you for loving my last book enough to take a chance on the next!
A Dark Secret …
I feel the need to tell you my deepest writer secret - I severely underuse commas in my writing. My poor editor must really love me, cause a good portion of my edits are just adding commas.
Why do I feel like sharing this? Because I write these posts off the cuff. They are not scheduled, prewritten, or even edited. Sure I do spell check, but if you see a missing comma in my posts here just know that in my heart I put it there.
Mariah Thayer & KO Newman are planning to drag me to the tattoo parlor one of these days to get a comma tattooed on the back of my wrist in hopes it will remind me to use them.
Up Next in my TBR
We all have that toppling pile of books we are planning to read and the next one on my list is Storm Tide by Amanda V Shane. I loved the first 3 books in the series and can’t wait until doctor appointment later this week to crack the spine on this one.
That’s it for now Sweeties!
PS. I’m looking for someone to interview in the LGQTB community. I want to add more diverse couples in my writing, but I want guidance to get it right. Please email me at Shelly.Ferguson.Author@gmail.com if you are interested. You can remain anonymous or get recognized for your contributions - which ever you are comfortable with.
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