Friday, April 22, 2011

Fallen Eden Update

Hi Everyone,

So first off, let me apologize for being the worst blogger in all cyber-dom. To shed some light on how out-of-touch I am with the whole online, social-networking, blogging world, I went without a Facebook account up until a month ago (I heard that gasp!). I'm working through my online phobias and promise I will be publishing posts more often than once every thirty years. Thank you for your patience and all the emails you've sent me when you probably would have rather posted a comment on my Facebook wall (am I even using the correct terminology?).

Secondly, and much more exciting in my opinion, is an official update on Fallen Eden. I am presently taking a fifteen minute break from writing the last scene. Holy moly, people . . . it's a roller coaster ride through every emotion of the rainbow. I'm actually looking forward to getting the red pencil out and hunkering down to trudge through some serious editing work. The release date is slighted for the first part of July, (fingers crossed for a 4th of July weekend release so we can all grab our swimsuit and suntan lotion and extinguish the flames in a nearby cool body of water!).

Finally, I just want to extend a huge, heartfelt thank you to all my readers out there. I can't begin to express my gratitude for the kinds emails, positive reviews, and overall success of Eternal Eden. I'm humbled by readers who have taken a chance on an unknown, indie author from Spokane, Washington, and sent Eternal Eden into a realm of success I'd only hoped for. I've always believed in dreaming big, and then putting in the work it takes to make these dreams a reality, but it still feels surreal when you see it happen. I want to encourage all of you out there to hold onto your dreams like they're your life-source, don't let them slip away . . . for anything.  If everyone were to believe in their dreams, and claim them as reality, just imagine what the world could be . . .

Thank you again to everyone, and read on. The literary world, I'm afraid, is an ever-increasing dying breed, and it's time for a revolution!

Until next time, I am, forever yours,


1 comment:

  1. Hi Nicole,
    I read Eternal Eden and loved it, i was just wondering where i could get the pdf copy of fallen eden, since i dont have a kindle or a nook. Please help me out with this thanks :).


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