Congratulations to Tiffany, the winner of a $50 gift card to Amazon or B&N.
A huge thank you to everyone else who participated.
A few other updates:
- His Yankee Bride is currently in the editing stage and I plan to post my husband’s insightful notations later this week. One that wasn’t too humorous, but might give a good idea of what to expect is my husband actually complimented the villain, saying she was the best villain I’ve written so far. She’s really not a bad person, per say, and is actually very realistic for the time period, considering who she is and the circumstances, but to us modern day readers, she’s a villain because she’s one of the biggest forces that tries to keep the hero and heroine from achieving their happily-ever-after.
- I’m about 12,000 words into His Jilted Bride. Clearly, neither the hero nor the heroine bothered to read the quick run down of the book I gave them because they keep throwing wrenches into everything I do. I think I have it figured out now, but sometimes, it’s best to take a backseat and allow the characters to do their thing. They don’t cooperate quite so well when I try to bend them to my will. And yes, I used the correct word in that former sentence: try.
- I’ve also got about 3,000 words done on His Brother’s Bride. These two, however, have not yet deviated from my quick outline, so it should be a much easier book to write. Yay.
I hope you all had a great weekend!