My next book is almost ready!

A boy is looking tired and confused.
Another character

I’ve been up since 7:30 working on my next book and it’s almost there.

A few tweaks here and there and I will be deciding on which printers to use and my self-publishing options. It’s very exciting and I can’t wait to release it. It’s a lot of hard work but I love it. When you’re doing something you love then you want to work for hours and hours on it. Once again, I’m having to be patient, which is not my strong suit. It’s all part of the process, I guess.

Children’s book 2 coming soon…

A happy boy eats a banana and a bunch of grapes.
The main character.

Whilst my first book is ‘out there’, I have been busy with a new idea.  As I mentioned before, I want my first book to be published traditionally, however I am open to the idea of self-publishing my second book series as I want it available to buy soon.  I’ve made excellent progress with this one and it is almost there.  I can’t wait to get it out into the big, wide world.

Book 1 update…

A young boy sits in the dark next to candle light. He is very bored.
A bored boy.

So it’s been a while since I spoke about my first book and that’s because… not a lot has happened.  It’s out there on publisher’s desks and in the inboxes of various literary agents.  This one is my flagship book, which I ideally want to get published traditionally.  I’ve made various adaptations to it and I have listened to and taken on board some frank, constructive criticism.  It’s getting better and better each time someone in the know gives me feedback on it.  Similarly, each time I submit my book my covering letter, synopsis and personal statement is getting better and better.  Each ‘no’ represents an opportunity to improve (cheesy, I know).