I’m waiting for my proof copy from Createspace. I should get it today or tomorrow. For those who don’t know, it’s an actual, physical hard copy of the paperback version. I’ll proof read it one last time (going to hit someone close to me to read it too–someone who’s never read it before), then, I’ll send back last minute adjustments. I’m going to ask for another hard copy before I let it go live, because I want to have a perfect copy in my hands, or at least as perfect as I can make it, before I ask people to consider spending money on it. I already know it’s not perfect, because there’s one graphic file I forgot to put in it (grrrrr). But, such is life. That said, it’s really close. All the pieces are there and assembled, so it’s just a matter of tweaking. Might even still be able to get it out before Christmas, though I’m not going to rush for the sake of it.
Just got my Nook account set up at B&N. Still waiting to hear back from Cris Ortega. A week and a half ago, she sent this early progression of the character Orli from the book cover:
Beyond that, I am waiting for the map art I drew up to be assembled with the frame by the graphic artist who is helping me locally. There’s just soooo much waiting. I am too much of a control freak for this sort of thing, and patience is not my strong suit.
Okayy, so here goes the first attempt at posting something with the new look and stuff up. Hopefully it works and I won’t have spent the last two hours for nothing.
Please check out my blog. Eventually it will end up here, but until I get my artwork and figure out how to move it (sigh), the saga of this site and of the book I’m publishing is slowly revealing itself here: http://daultonbooks.blogspot.com/
Well, here’s my first post on my first ever completely self done website. The image you see in the header is from the draft sketch (shown below) I will be sending to the artist doing my real artwork (in theory that will happen in two weeks or so). I realize it’s pretty terrible, but, hey, that just makes the pending upgrade all the cooler.