Often accomplishments like this feel like they take an army to make happen, and so there are a few people that I definitely need to recognize who helped me get to this place today.
This first is Christine LaPorte, who took on the task of editing my manuscript. Â Even when you feel like you’ve scrubbed the words a thousand times, there is still room for improvement. Christine worked with my deadline and delivered my manuscript full of suggestions and tweaks to make my story stronger. Â Hopefully the quality shows through to anyone who reads the book.
Second is Scarlett Rugers, who designed the book covers for both the ebook and the upcoming print version. Â Scarlett was responsive and inquisitive and gave me some great concept ideas right out of the gate for me to consider. Â I think the final product is beautiful and will hopefully catch the eye of browsing potential readers online.
Last, but certainly not least, I want to thank my husband Jason for giving me the freedom and latitude to make publishing this book a reality. Â He was always there to give me a different perspective or advice as I agonized over some of the big decisions, and I know that I couldn’t have done this without him.
Things are going to start being a lot busier on the blog in the coming weeks as I start promoting not only my book but work of fellow authors that I think would be interesting to my readers as well. Â Along the way I will sprinkle in more Edge of Shadows news and lessons I’m learning from the self-publishing trenches.
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