Okay. Now that's over, what do we do?

Okay. Now that’s over, what do we do?

I did it.

Two years of hard work and now it’s over.

My novel, Never Turn Back, no longer needs me.

Well, it kind of does. I have to remind people that it’s worth reading.

I don't care about that banana cream pie. This new novel by Lorna Lee is just too good to put down.

I don’t care about that banana cream pie. This new novel by Lorna Lee is just too good to put down.

But I’m finished fussing with it.

So here’s the scoop.

Never Turn Back, Kindle Version

I noticed some typos and general irritating gaffes. I fixed them.

I cleaned 'er up real good, Honey,

I cleaned ‘er up real good, Honey,

If you already own a copy, simply go back to your Amazon account to the area where you manage your Kindle and download it again.

The download isΒ FREE.

I can’t guarantee that you won’t find a few silly errors, but this version is a much cleaner copy.

Never Turn Back, Paperback Version

The best way to find the paperback in the US is to click here.

If you live anywhere else, go to your country’s Amazon page and search using both the title and my name (Lorna Lee).

Both the e-book and the paperback version will appear. Select the paperback and you’re on your way.

The reason I’m telling you this is because I was informed that the links I provided for the e-book in the UK and France did not work.

I don’t want to disgruntle you with bad links.

I don’t want to disgruntle you at all.

I know that look. You know that look. Let's avoid that look.

I know that look. You know that look. Let’s avoid that look.

Another Impressed Reader–5 Star Review

“Well crafted and interesting story of a girl who moves through her life with her fair share of trauma and suffering but instead of it breaking her, she raises to the occasion to survive and that she does.

This is a story of a woman with strength, courage, and a deep heart, who shows us what’s possibly when our hearts are wounded but our strength carries us through to that brighter day, the light at the end of the tunnel. Lovely dialogue and scenes move this poignant story along through to the end.” Reader with the handle “Mr.”

He could be "Mr."

He could be “Mr.” Thanks, Mister!

I was also speaking with a friend who is reading the book. She asked me which parts of the novel were real and which were fiction.

To me, she gave me one of the highest compliments I could get. That means my mind created complex fictional people and events. This is my first time writing fiction. Maybe there’s a future in it for me?

Which leads me to my question, what am I going to do now?

I think you should help me decide.

 

Please vote. It will be good practice for Nov. 4th.