One week.


Clouds overhead and rain is falling, and what the Beaufort Scale would call a gentle breeze is blowing in Kensington right now. It’s been that way through the whole morning here, and through much of last night. It’s not a heavy rain, just rain. But I woke in the dark to the sound of rain on my roof, and spattering my windows. It’s OK. I like rain.

And it’s now exactly one week until the official book launch date.

It’s been a long count-down, but we’re now seven days away from The Téuta’s Child going live on Amazon. And the paperback version is up and available for preorder.

I have another review from NetGalley, from the reviewer Joyce S. The first word of her review is “wow”—I read the review a few hours ago, but I’m still a little dazed by that. The review is long, so I’ll just give you a few lines:

“Wow what an amazing book…

I could not put the book down. The characters and what they went through was fascinating. I highly recommend it. Thank you Net Galley for giving me the opportunity to read this pre-release…”

Could not. She could not put it down. In spite of what I said in my last post, I have to admit that feels pretty good too.



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