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Today my sweet friend and critique buddy Lisa of the Lake--she's also our lake neighbor--brought three revised manuscripts.
Look at all the ink on those pages. I love it! I'm looking forward to sorting through their comments and making my book the best it can be.
I'm also nervous about whether or not they liked it and think it has value.
It deals with some dark situations. Heck, I had nightmares while writing it. (If you've read my blog enough, you know I get nightmares from commercials and fairy tales, so that's no real testimony.)
So anyone expecting a book just like Glamour is in for a surprise. This one, folks, has edge. When I wrote Glamour, I feared people would confuse me with my characters, so I kept them all...acceptable. This time, I tried to stay true to what these characters would say or do--without my filters of propriety. As a result, they led me to realms much darker than I would choose myself.
I'm nervous to see how that went over with readers.
And there's only one way to find out.