Pride’s Children is almost done and ready to move along to an editor. As I finish the story, I am also searching for a skilled editor to help me polish the manuscript so that I can offer readers a great reading experience. Yes, I have prospective editors in mind. Affording an editor, well, that’s a tough nut to crack, but I’ve got some ideas to make it happen.
The initial offering of Pride’s Children will be in eBook format only: both Kindle and Kobo formats. If you don’t have an actual eReader, no problem; both Kindle and Kobo offer software for all platforms – Windows, Mac, iPad, Android, even Blackberry – and it’s free! I actually started eReading using the Kobo software on my Windows laptop. It was a great way to start. I later got a Kobo mini and now use a Kobo Arc 7, which is a full Android tablet with Kobo as its prime interface.
eReading is actually a great way to read. You can carry an entire library around with you in your pocket or backpack. I’m hoping to release Pride’s Children before the end of the year so you can include it in your library.