The romance novel that launched Man Writing a Romance is now available as an ebook. Find it for $2.99 at Amazon and Smashwords.
A funny thing happened on the way to getting Fast Lane up and running. I had a knee replaced.
This wasn’t a surprise. I’d known for more than five years it would have to be done. I knew the exact date for more than a month. And that date became my deadline for incorporating all the comments from my writing group critiquers, beta readers, editor and proofreader.
But, man, those readers kept finding ways for me to make the story, the characters– the whole book–better.
I prepped Fast Lane for publishing the weekend before Knee Day. Two days before, I thought I was set. One day before, Kindle Direct Publishing alerted me to a submission error. So, one night before, I tried again. And screwed up again.
Today, Fast Lane is on the electronic bookshelf. My knee is on the biological mend. And with the holidays nigh upon us, I’m grateful to everyone who helped me write Fast Lane and get the word out–and to anyone who downloads a copy and gives it a read.
If you do the latter, please let me know what you think. And if you like it–really, really like it–please don’t hesitate to let someone else know what you think.
Because it’s pure joy to be up and running. Crutches or not.