It is finished. I did it. I finally did it. I finally published, That Girl Band.
I’ve had this novel lying around for around 5-8 years and like most things I do in life, I just procrastinate. But Grace, that feisty woman, has been needling me to publish stuff. I’m going to publish another erotic thriller series over Christmas. It will only be available via Kindle, but this one is also available as a soft cover.
(It was because of her I published my first book of poetry, One Small Glimpse, and I will be publishing the longer one, Intermission Poetry sometime early next year.)
This book is for her, despite me publishing and having forgotten to place a dedication inside when I published. I just want her to know, it’s dedicated to her. I would have written something like this:
Dedicated to the one I love, Gracie
She deserves the praise.
Now, I’m not promising this book is well-written. It’s probably poorly written. I have books I like more, but this one has grown on me. It’s probably because it sat around for so many years.
So, if you feel like reading a soap opera, or you haven’t gotten enough of K-dramas or soap operas, poorly written CW shows, or something you caught that was a Netflix original, then you should read this book. If you like tragic lesbian love affairs and original music, you might want to read this book. If you like murder mysteries that are poorly constructed please read this book. If you want a crime-centric thriller, then yeah, you can read this book. If you have a few hours to kill, well go outside and enjoy the beautiful fall weather.
Thanks for reading. I’d love a review if you do read the book. It’s rather cheap on Kindle, but if you buy the soft cover so that you can hold and cuddle that 655 page-turner, then THANK YOU. Since I placed it for worldwide distribution they wouldn’t let me charge less. Sorry.
I hope you all have a fantastic day of seeking and searching and finding what you seek. 🙂
Love you Gracie! 🙂 ❤ ❤ ❤
Here’s a song that made me think of my book, That Girl Band.
Have a great day, y’all!