Exciting (and Sad) News

June 2nd, 2009 · 8:28 pm @   -  One Comment

Dear Readers,

As I mentioned earlier, this has been an experiment for me because I was offering my first draft. What I’ve found first and foremost, is that many readers and reviewers have not taken that into consideration when adding comments or providing me with feedback via email. The book that I’ve offered here is not a finished product, and one that I wasn’t sure what I was going to do with.

Now that I’ve been approached by someone who potentially wants to license this setting, that conversation has led me to think that I should consider finding a publisher once the book is revised. Finding a publisher that’s interested may (or may not) happen, but due to contract negotiations and other legalese that often accompanies this sort of thing, I’ve decided to offer the draft for serious reviewers only. If you contact me, I will provide you with a password to get into the book.

No, I don’t know what’s going to happen to this series or if it will ever take off, but I’m going to keep writing it, revising it, and pursuing it. What does this mean for you? Well, it means that the scope of this site is going to change. Instead of “just” providing the first draft for those who want to read it, I’m going to start working on other goodies that will shine some light on this setting once the book is done.

Each and every one of you that has read Argentum is extremely important to me, and I will ensure that I do my best to keep you on my radar.

In the meantime, I’m going to get back to writing the book, for without that — I have nothing to submit. I’m both excited and sad at the same time for these changes. Sad that I feel my experiment “failed,” and excited that there might be a light at the end of the tunnel. Either way, I appreciate your patience and your time, for your support means everything and then some.

Yours truly,

Monica

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One Comment → “Exciting (and Sad) News”


  1. Emma

    9 years ago

    It’s a shame that certain people are unable to understand the point behind the term “First Draft”

    Good luck with the book and I look forward to reading it, as the ideas you have come up with are new and very refreshing.


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