My Experience With My Publisher So Far

Hello everybody! I’m back!

It has been a crazy three weeks, but I am finally back to tell the tale. First, I had a crazy couple of weeks of midterm exams and papers to finish. I worked so many hours on those assignments, and so far, they’ve turned out okay. Got a B- on my Irish Archaeology exam (which was awesome!) and an A- on my Medieval European History paper. I am pleased with both and am anxiously awaiting the results from other classes.

Then I finally got to take a little vacation in Austin, Texas to visit my boyfriend, Daniel. I hadn’t seen him since October; I have missed him so much. We spent four wonderful days together. We went out a few times, but mostly stayed in to cook together, play Smash Bros, and binge watch Gravity Falls. And cuddle. <3 I think the best part of being in a relationship is being able to hug someone else super tightly and hold them forever.

Then I flew to Orlando to meet my family at Disney World, left Disney World because of coronavirus concerns, my college is shut down until at least April 3rd, I had to find a way to get all my meds that I need for my asthma, and now I’m home practicing social distancing and trying not to panic too much.

So, yeah. It’s been a busy time.

But now to the point…

But today! I am here to talk to you about updates with New Degree Press and the upcoming publication of Chasing Fae.

Now that I am under contract, things have actually been moving pretty quickly. I met my Acquisitions Editor, Jordana, who is in the process of reading my manuscript and offering her insights. I am very excited to hear from her soon. This is the first time I will be receiving professional feedback on the entirety of the book, and I am sincerely hoping that she has a lot of ideas to offer.

Last week, I also met my Marketing and Revisions Editor, Kristy Carter. She is the one I will be working with from day to day, and wow, am I glad to have her around. Although we’ve only had a few conversations so far, I can tell that we are going to get along very well. She’s an urban fantasy author and a kindred spirit. I feel comfortable with her presence, and she’s managed to get me a lot of the information that I have asked for early. As somebody who is so ready to just dive into everything, I really appreciate this. I am looking forward to her ideas for the book as well.

Last night, I got to watch my promo video for the first time. Honestly, it looks amazing! The footage that was chosen, both the pieces I recorded and the stock footage the editing team chose, was quite masterful. The pieces depicting the world itself are just spot on. I can’t wait to share it with everyone. I did notice a couple of small typos, but those are being fixed currently. I’m not sure if I will continue with the slightly flawed version and proceed on schedule with the preorder launch or if I should hold off until the new video is complete.

Which leads me to the next point….

Chasing Fae’s Pre-Order Launch

Chasing Fae will be out for pre-order this coming week! I’m thinking it’s going to be Monday or Tuesday. On that day, I will be posting the link to the campaign on IndieGoGo everywhere! The website, the newsletter, all the social media platforms, and in as many other places as I can find to post it. If you want to be one of the first to know, make sure you subscribe to Fluff About Fantasy! These exclusive signed copies will only be available for thirty days, so make sure to act fast.

This is honestly the most amazing accomplishment of my entire life. This book means the absolute world to me, and I cannot wait to share it with the rest of the world.

Stay safe, everyone. Happy writing!

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