There’s so much to do here at RIU HQ and sometimes, we can get a little sidetracked. We had to regroup and reprioritize to get back on the wagon and this summer is gearing up to be the busiest time we’ve had in a long time with the release of Blackson’s Revenge and the goal to have the whole trilogy released by the end of August. Oh yeah. It’s about to get hot up in here.
As a writer, sometimes an idea gets a hold of you and won’t let go. It keeps popping up and you add on and develop it until it screams that it must be born. It must be released though it wasn’t something you had planned on. This is what has transpired in my pregnancy.
No. I have not fallen off the grid. There is MUCH that has been going on behind the curtain. It’s for that very reason why I haven’t been able to put a post out to my people. However, I decided to hunker down and let you know all the important things that have happened and will be happening here at RIU HQ. So, strap in and let’s get busy.
Progress. This is something that you work for as an indie published writer. Progress going in the right direction. Progress that brings tangible results. This is what has been happening to me as of late and I’m a little excited about the direction where things are going so I wanted to let you guys in on where I am in my progress. There’s gott abe at least a couple people that are interested. Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller?
Today I’m going to give my two bits about a book that I had mentioned that I was reading which has finally been finished. Writing book reviews is one of my secret joys and ¢ writing them a moan website I have a lot of freedom when it comes to the information that I want to include within the book review. Sometimes a like to give some very detailed insights into books but that’s mostly for nonfiction. When it comes to fiction, I tend to be a little bit more general which is what I’ve done here with this review. But even so, my hope is that it gives you enough information to where you can make it a decision whether or not you want to go and pick this book up.