It's like Christmas.
For the past eighteen months since I signed the contract for "Elliot and the Goblin War," it's been all anticipation. Great things.
Seeing an edited manuscript. Seeing cover art, internal art. Reading blurbs. Book 1 sold to a Turkish publisher. All great things.
But today it's Christmas.
If I'd known the nice UPS man was coming today with my books I'd have rolled out the red carpet for him, offered him a cookie or something while I opened the package to show him what was inside. As it was, I was hurrying out the door for errands, running late, and hurriedly took the package which was certain to be for the husband since I hadn't ordered anything. When I saw my name on it, I knew, and all the errands fell away.
So I'm thrilled to announce that I have my author's copies in hand, which means it can't be that many more days until they start to appear on bookshelves everywhere. They're also available online at Amazon:
I also want to share a little of my Christmas with a blog visitor. So go ahead and leave a comment - any comment - and it'll put you into a drawing to win a free signed copy of the book.