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A new video is out. This one isn’t about Black’s Innocence, but it’s about the writing journey and 3 tips I’ve learned to keep me writing and not give a ounce of what others think of the stories I write.
I remember when I wrote Dark Facade, I received some really harsh criticism. So bad it almost made me stop writing the story, but now I realized that was like the best story I’d written to that date.
Of course, I’ve written way more good stories since, but I’m glad I didn’t give up then. I’m glad I never gave up.
My author’s notes about the story itself is below. Don’t forget to donate.
And thanks for your patience.
How can you help?
- Buy other books from me. The money raised from bookselling goes into my editor’s fee for the month of March April and May (which will be when we’re about done.)
2. Donate $1 when you can. Just click here or go to the link below
3. You can also contribute to the whole book right now and buy it at the low pre-edit-order cost of $9. CLICK HERE Once the book is ready, after the editors, you’ll get a Smashwords code to download your book and it’ll be available there for a keepsake. Now once the book is headed to the editor, the pre-order cost will go to $10. I know that’s just a dollar.
4. You can also tell others how much you enjoyed this story and share the main page of Black’s Innocence by go to:
This is a fundraiser. I know for my editor I’ll need about $800 to $1000 to give this story justice. I need all the help I can get and I hope to have an October release of Black’s Innocence.
Help me and thank you in advance.
Now my comments about the story:
I didn’t put any comments when I first published this. I was busy doing an SAT orientation with my daughter while trying to sneak and edit.
So, yeah Dylan is trying to get back with her and he would say and do anything to win her back.
Now don’t get mad at Lauren. Dylan is her first love, but I don’t think she’s blind to him. She’s slowly realizing Dylan leaving her on her honeymoon was about the best thing that could have happened to her.
So what do you think should happen next? I’ve love to hear your take.
Black’s Innocence Chapter 38
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