As always, I’d like to begin this week’s progress report by thanking all of you awesome people who’ve followed, liked and/or commented on my blog!
As you probably remember, I finished the second draft of my second book late last month. Because of this, there are no writing stats this week.
For this week’s post, I’d like to share with you all of the Teaser Tuesday graphics I’ve made and shared for Credence – including a sneak peek of the final graphic I’ll be sharing this coming Tuesday.
Without further ado…
I chose the quotes for these graphics during my final read-through of Credence prior to submitting it for copyright. I chose them as I believe they are good snapshots/tastes of the angst and romance of the story.
That said, this concludes the Credence teasers series of posts and if you’ve been paying attention, this will be the final blog post before release day. I’d like to take a moment to thank each and every one of you who’s been here for me since day one. I know I’ve said it before, but this book is so much more than I planned for it to be when I first started writing it in the summer of 2016. I had no idea what I was doing, all I knew was that I needed a creative outlet while I worked through one of the lowest periods of my life. All I wanted was to write a story for myself because I know I’m at my best when I’m writing. I am forever thankful for that depressed, broke girl who decided she wanted to write about two men in love and discovered the m/m romance genre. Without her and without that period of my life, Credence wouldn’t exist. But it also wouldn’t exist without the family, friends, coworkers, and fellow writers who’ve nudged me along at different times and in different ways during this process. I’m so grateful to all of you and I sincerely hope that you enjoy Credence if you choose to read it. If you do read it and like it, rest assured that though Credence is a standalone story, it is not my last story.
If you haven’t preordered Credence and would like to, you may do so HERE.
Have a great weekend and I’ll talk to you again when I’m officially a published author!