Wheee, another new release. This one is called Behave. It’s part of the three story series (all will be erotica novellas) that I started two years ago. All three are getting a good scrub and will be released by the end of this year.
Visit the landing page to get some more information about the story, download a sample, and find out where to buy it.
Marie asked how long it takes to publish a story after I’ve written it. The answer is: it really depends, but here’s an overview.
Once I’m done the story goes to a beta reader who sends back comments. I make some revisions and (for self-published works) send off to my editor. In the meantime, the artsy team and I work on a cover design. I incorporate edits and revisions and send off to my proofreader.
Once that comes back I do a final check. Then, if I’m traditionally publishing, I query the publisher. For self-published writing I send off to the magical elves who format for Kindle, Nook, etc. Then the story gets uploaded and made public. It takes anywhere from a month to three months for a story to get out the door, whether that’s to a publisher or right to readers.
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