Friday, April 25, 2008

Color Me Happy

Emerging from days of frowning, I'm so excited to say that today I received the final PDF version complete with ISBN for Sarah's Journey. It's going to be officially released on May 7th...yep, that's next month. I cannot say enough about the blinding speed of the editing staff at Eternal Press. I think it only fair to say that the 'nearly polished' copy submitted is due to my critique partners on the HisFic group: Miranda, Anne, Diane, Jessica, Lisa, and others who jumped in when they had time to lend a hand and opinion. I'm so very thankful for their help.

This book is a very special story for me, one that is based on a heroine with strengths and characteristics I hope others see in me. When faced with mountains that seem to high to climb, she perseveres, and when witnessing the unfair treatment of others, she speaks her mind. The ending of Sarah's Journey is bound to surprise you. It's not your traditional HEA (happily ever after) ending, but one that I wrote to fit the circumstances, showing faith, hope and possibilities.

Sarah is being released in ebook format, but will be offered in print as soon as Eternal signs with a printer. I'm hoping that won't be too far in the future, because I can't wait to add a copy to my growing collection of personal accomplishments. It's a wonderful feeling, and in a few months, I get to celebrate all over again when Sparta Rose and Embezzled Love debut in both e and print format. Hooray! My long dry spell has ended. Celebrate with me.

2 comments:

Latesha said...

Ginger, I'm so happy to hear that Sarah's Journey will be available soon. You deserve much praise for perservering to get her story told. I wish you much success with this story as well as with Sparta Rose and Embezzled Love.

Ginger Simpson said...

Latesha,
You have to be one of the kindest people I know. Your posts always bring a smile to my face and I look forward to hearing from you.

Ginger

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