Dayhunter has officially hit the shelves and appears to be doing well. I've been getting kind reports from family and friends that are having trouble getting their copies because the bookstores have been selling out. It's a good sign.
Just as a heads up to readers: if you can't find it, please oh please, ask a bookseller. If they don’t have it, those lovely people will order more, which makes my publisher and me very happy people.
In the meantime, my publisher is striving to keep me busy. No rest for the wicked. The final edits for Dawnbreaker just landed on my doorstep and they are due back to my publisher by May 15. However, my publisher will be receiving them well before that date. No, it's not because I'm such a diligent little worker. (I'm the slacker, procrastinator type). It's because my lovely editor promised to have my revision letter for book 4 to me next week. She's already warned me that it needs a lot of work. Ugh.
So to save my sanity, I have to have the edits for Dawnbreaker completely done before I receive that letter, allowing me to turn my complete focus on Book 4 and all it's juicy, gritty, dark fun. After that's done, I finally get to start on Book 5, which needs lots and lots and lots of work. You know, like a plot, subplots, location, dialogue, maybe even a few characters. In other words, the whole book.
Enough rambling from me tonight.
Just as a reminder, I have a contest running for a free signed Dayhunter and a mug. I am reordering magnets so if they arrive in time, I'll throw those in with the lot. The contest ends on Saturday, May 2. Please leave a comment in the previous entry.