So, this week, along with formatting, reviewing, and publishing The Ghost That Got Away, I continued the content edit/listening proof on the third episode. This helps me keep the story details and world building fresh. I also worked ahead on the cover for both The Wedding Ghost and the season two bundle, even though those won’t be out for a while (The Wedding Ghost in March, the bundle sometime in the spring).
I also pulled together everything for the taxes! And sent out three submissions. Plus, we were all sick here (strep! colds! kennel cough!).
No wonder I’m just a little bit tired.
- Content edit/proof on episode three of Coffee & Ghosts
- The Ghost That Got Away formatting and publishing
- Cover work for The Wedding Ghost
- Straying from the Path
- A Measure of Sorrow
- Chicken Fat and Whipped Cream
The Ghost That Got Away is out in the world.
You can read more about that in my post from yesterday.
Here you go! A belated, ghostly valentine, the second episode in season two of Coffee & Ghosts.
Coffee. Ghosts. A kiss for Valentine’s Day.
Katy Lindstrom knows that the ghosts of past loves don’t limit their haunting to Valentine’s Day. Even so, she’ll serve up a two-for-one eradication special with a smile and plenty of Kona blend.
But this Valentine’s Day, the past comes to Springside—in human and otherworldly form—and it threatens to derail everyone’s happily-ever-after, Katy’s business, and even her relationship with Malcolm.
When a powerful necromancer launches an attack meant to force Katy into a decision, she will need to make a choice. If she wants to keep Springside and its ghosts safe, she will need to make a sacrifice of her own—one that involves her happily-ever-after with Malcolm.
And for one week only, grab the episode for 99 cents over on Amazon.
Curious? Missed out on Season One? Check out the episode list or jump straight to the bundle. The episodes and the bundle are available to read for free in Kindle Unlimited, or if you’re buying, grab the bundle and save 30%. The series bundle is also available in print.
This was the week with all the snow. Well, a foot of snow, anyway. It was a good week for doing some revision.
At first, I didn’t think I did that much work. Then, I added it up.
I revised The Ghost That Got Away, did a content edit/light revision on The Wedding Ghost, and for the sake of story/world building continuity, reread Ghosts of Christmas Past.
Um. Yeah. That’s close to 90,000 words total.
That’s a lot of words. And a lot of ghosts.
This upcoming week I hope to put the final touches on The Ghost That Got Away and unleash it into the world. Stay tuned.
- Coffee & Ghosts, Season Two: Revision/editing, etc.
- Photoshop tutorials