By the end of the day, I was ranked #47 in Historical Fiction, which is humbling and amazing. Thank you to everyone who downloaded the book and shared the link with others. I’m so grateful and hope very much that you enjoy it.
Things went so well, I went ahead and made the plunge to try out other ebook formats as well. People asked, and I listened. Copies of the Sneak Peek will be available by the end of the week on Nook (It’s uploaded, I’m just waiting till it goes live). I’m having some technical difficulties with the iBook format, but I’ll be working on that this weekend and hopefully have things ironed out.
This week has been very busy for me, both at home and at work, so I don’t have time to do my usual Vampires in Pop Culture blog post. It’ll be back with bite next week, however (see what I did there?).
Finally, I just bought the last Sookie Stackhouse book, which I plan to devour this weekend. I’m sad to see the series end, though it’s time, and I’m sure Mrs. Harris is ready to write something new. I’ve loved her other books too, and I can’t wait to see what comes next for her.
When Delia was five years old, her teacher asked what she wanted to be when she grew up, and she replied, "I want to be a writer and tell stories." That desire never changed, though it's manifested in many different ways throughout the years.
Delia lives in a big old house in a small town near the Missouri River with her Scottish terrier, Layla, and she spends her days surrounded by books and good friends.