Thank you so much for keeping up with my wobbly posting. I hope you’re enjoying Tigers Don’t Cry so far! This is a first draft, so I am aware it’s by no means perfect and currently in serious need of editing and disseminated with typos! D:
Why am I sharing this imperfect being? You may ask. Good question.
As I approach publication, I have to dedicate a little time reviewing my debut novel, Purple Stain, for my editor to proof edit. I thought I was going to publish in January but it seems there’s much ahead of me to be arranged before I can do that - website, a new reader magnet, ARC readers and so much more! Hopefully, by March the baby will be born. :)
I will need about a week and a half to give Purple Stain another bash and make sure all is good. Thus, the next Tigers Don’t Cry’s chapter will be posted on the 16th of January instead of the 9th. I deeply apologise for the inconvenience.
If you like my writing and are interested in reading and leaving an honest review for my debut novel (being an ARC reader, that is) don’t hesitate to drop a message! I’ll make sure to provide you with a free copy of Purple Stain when the time comes (around February, if everything goes well!)
This is the book cover:
Hayden, a synthwave musician, develops a panic disorder seemingly out of nowhere. As his social life shrinks and his search for a deep connection fails to bear fruit, he comes across the likes of Andy, also a synthwave musician and a kindred spirit. The two develop a strong friendship, then a romantic bond that defies gender. Hayden’s past comes to haunt him in the shape of an ominous visit. As Hayden’s condition worsens, Andy questions if theirs is love or a need for comfort. In this story, the heart will thump faster than a rave beat and the music will roll.
Tigers Don’t Cry will also be an edited, published book at some point at the end of the year. Happy days! - If everything goes well, that is. Best to be prepared for all the strange things that happen in this world.
Thank you for sticking with me, you’re da best!