|Head Rush. Game on!|
Anyway, the title is going to be HEAD RUSH. (Which I understand was originally the brainchild of Amy Boggs - @notjustanyboggs - baby agent at Donald Maass, during a brainstorming session there. Thanks, Amy!) I'm really happy about it.
A title is a collaboration between the author, editor, agent, and others, and it helped to have a reader perspective. Soon, I hope, there will be a cover. I've seen some gorgeous covers coming out of Samhain lately.
The book: my personal Rorschach Ink blot.
|Is the book good, or does it suck?|
All the while, the book pretty much doesn't change. Clearly my different perceptions mean more about me than the book. Like an ink blot.
Anyway, I'm on the upside of that right now with Head Rush (the book itself, not the title). Loving it! So excited! Joyous. That will change and I will get all critical about it, but what the heck, it feels good for now. Also, I noticed on Goodreads, it has the highest rating of all my books so far, even though it has not yet been released in any form whatsoever. LOL. Goodreads and I are both on the upswing about it in a conceptual way.
|Come stop by Stella's. We're all about|
the pleasures of novellas today!
I have posted about audiobooks on my website. Thanks so much to Liza (@mslizalou) and Melissa (@MelLhay) for questions that led me to this post.
GUEST POST/GIVEAWAY SCOOP:
Realizations of a former short story and novella avoider...post, discussion, and giveaway at Stella's!
Today I'm over at Stella Ex Libris, with a post about my reformed ways as a reader and writer of shorter fiction, and novellas in general. I'm also giving away a copy of Wild & Steamy to one lucky commenter.
Come vent or gush about short fiction, just say hi, and maybe win!