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Dulcima  is LIVE on Amazon! CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE You can also click on the book cover to your right. I hope you all enjoy it! Thank you! -D

Dulcima launch imminent...

The writing has been finished, the cover created, the summary penned. In less than 24 hours, Dulcima  will go live on Amazon. Are you ready?


After some excellent feedback from my beta readers, I have completed the final revision of Dulcima . It was a great feeling to put the finishing touches on the story itself. This week I will be working on finishing up the cover design and the appendixes and extra stuff at the end of the book. Then, with any luck, I will be releasing it on Amazon this weekend. To say I'm excited and a bit relieved would be an understatement. I've poured a lot of hard work into this story since I began writing it in November and I feel pretty proud of what I was able to accomplish. My beta readers seemed to enjoy the story and I hope many others will as well. What's next? Book two, of course. I had originally planned to finish up a few other works that I've started, but I find that my mind wants to stay in the Webwork Universe . After spending the last 8 months so entangled with the crews of the Sevensea, Dulcima and Red Athena , it's hard to want to shelf those experiences for a wh


The first draft of Dulcima  has been finished and revised. I distributed it to a group of my beta readers on Thursday and Friday and now am eagerly awaiting their feedback. I've been working hard to finish the novel the past 2 months after firing out the gate during Nanowrimo with it and am pleased to have a finished copy to show the world. Depending on how many changes I need to make based upon reader feedback, I'm hoping to have it up on Amazon sometime in May or June. Needless to say, I'm really excited. In other story news, I've been working on various short stories in between Dulcima  sessions and am hoping to release a collection of short stories sometime later this year. I have a few of them finished up but don't really like the idea of releasing them for sale as individual stories because they're just not that long and I think it would be a better value for the reader to have a collection of short stories rather than singles. I've had good feedback