I’m in a unique position. I am a non-fiction writer by day, making a living writing and managing content projects. But I’m also a fiction writer by night. It’s my second job, if you will. Maybe one day it will be my only job, but that day has not arrived yet. So, I spend a lot of time writing.
Sometimes, that makes it hard to strike a balance between writing and having a life that doesn’t include writing. Don’t discount the value of that outside life, either.
I pulled it off. I managed to finish A Biloxi Christmas and get it ready for sale, and complete the print edition of Biloxi Sunrise. As a bonus, the print edition of Biloxi Sunrise has the novella in the back of the book, so anyone purchasing the book will actually be getting both with a single purchase.
It’s been a learning experience, and there are a whole lot of people I have to thank for their help in making this happen.
For the print edition, I owe Debra Kern Gaskill, author of the Jubilant Falls mystery series, a huge debt of gratitude. I never thought print was a possibility for the books. Debra helped erase that misconception, and I am eternally grateful for that.