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Cover, Take 2

Published September 3, 2012 by Ema Volf

I had some issues while trying to upload the cover to CreateSpace for the print copy, so I had to adjust the cover a bit. Lessons learned and all that. Anyways, this will be the new official cover! I’m very happy with it!

 

In other news, CreateSpace stuff was all uploaded this afternoon. 🙂 So now I get to wait until they contact me.

I also have an awesome event coming up, but I don’t want to say anything until the information is officially released. But I will say that I’m SO EXCITED and I can’t wait! 🙂

This is going to be fun!

Published June 29, 2012 by Ema Volf

Day 1 of being Cat Miller’s Minion/Admin is over! And I have many more days to go! 😀 And I have to say I’m enjoying myself! I love that woman and I’m happy to help wherever I can! ♥ I’m helping her out with her Facebook page and blog. I’m hoping to get her readers more involved. 🙂

I have added a few more books needing review! And I’m so excited to start! It’s time for me to get back on it! My goal is to have these done by the end of next week. Usually it takes a couple days for me to finish one.

  1. Forever by Gillian Joy
  2. Spellbound by Samantha Combs
  3. Everspell by Samantha Combs
  4. Sleep Stalkers by Jackie ODierno

I had a MAJOR problem with The Rapture of Avery Maye, and it will require another really big edit. I don’t want to get into too much detail, but a character is having to be unwritten. I’m sorry it’s taking so long, but sometimes these things happen. I’ll try to keep you updated.

*Sigh*

Published May 13, 2012 by Ema Volf

Do I even need to have the “Nothing disappoints me more than being able to tell when you’re no longer writing for love, but money instead” conversation? No? Okay then.

If you’re not sure whether or not you fit into this category, here’s one of the major clues: If your characters are no longer speaking to you, but you choose to write about them anyways and don’t notice/care that your characters would never speak, think, or act that way, you probably hit that point.