I just received my royalty statements for my seven Max Tudor books. I wish I were an accountant so I could easily understand the sales figures. I have vowed to master this skill, however, so there goes most of Sunday - a day normally set aside for actual writing (AW).
The things they don't tell you about being a writer! The good news is I can now jettison most things that get in the way of AW. No complaints, I am living my dream and I wouldn't have it any other way. It's just ... an accounting degree would have helped.
The proof pages of the second book in the St. Just series, Death and the Lit Chick, are on their way to me from the publisher. (A proof is made up of loose pages of the typeset book, the pages looking more or less as they will look in the final version.) I will probably have a week to go over these pages and then back they go to the publisher.
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.Agatha Award-winning author of the DCI St. Just mysteries, Max Tudor mysteries, standalone suspense novel WEYCOMBE, Augusta Hawke mysteries, and dozens of short stories. Books offered in all formats, including large print, e-Book, and audio.