Monday, October 10, 2005
Is it any wonder I'm so wired?
Cherokee writes in part: The way Ms. Ellwood tells the story draws you well into the web as the man at the top of the hill awaits a woman that he is to meet. I did not want to stop reading...Ms. Ellwood has written a story that is quite remarkable. I was truly amazed at the outcome, and I highly recommend this incredible read to others.
I'm happy to receive such good feedback for this story, because this is not a romance, like my other works, and it's told in first person, which is unusual for the genre. The story began as a dare on a message board I frquent, and blossomed into a story everybody read and liked. I'm happy Silk's Vault took the chance with it, and I really need to go over there and promote more. Seems everytime I think about it I have a book released by somebody else! Right now, between Sundaes and Jack of Hearts, I'm afraid some of my other children are being neglected, and I can't do that. It's said that the average shelf life of a new release is only a few weeks...well, who wants to be average? I want to be like Mercedes Lackey, and still see books I wrote twenty years ago on the shelves when I go shopping.
Of course, I have to get on the shelves, and I will one day. You can already buy Phaze books at The Satin Pillow in Canada, and Rosemary's Romance Books in Queensland is considering us, too. G-day, indeed!