A lot has happened recently on my eBook publishing front. Maybe I should say not a lot has happened.
I planned to release the sixth and final story in Book 1 of Miscorrection on July 3rd. After I sent it off to Jeff Ambrose, an indie author who agreed to help me proofread and edit the last three stories, he suggested I hold off on the release. He felt the story needed more polish and a change in perspective. Of course, this was only his opinion, but before I sent it to him, I thought the same thing about it. While I really liked the story, I was afraid it might be somewhat bland and even confusing. Right now, I'm not sure when the next one will release, but I know this change will be for the better.
Good news though, as I plan to release another 7,000 word short story this week called Josie Dorri And The Coffee Ban. I had a lot of fun writing it. You can look for an excerpt to go live within 48 hours of this post.
I also have planned to write two other short stories during the summer, while I'm in the process of doing story 6 of Miscorrection. So, even though I had a setback, writing is still moving in full swing.
Now, I must get back to doing what I need to do—and that's writing!