I am doing a little editing on the overall manuscript for the ebooks and discover that I really don’t love the epilogue I wrote, even if I really do love the location of their wedding and you can absolutely take it as canon that that’s exactly how it went down. I just feel like the end of Part 15 is a stronger, better ending for this story as a whole.
Would it kill anyone if I ended the official ebooks there and left the epilogue online as an Easter egg of sorts?
Don’t worry, not by me. :)
Get excited. (I am!)
Just wanted to let you know that it’s looking like the ebook version of Stars Passing By is a go… I read through the original and was surprised to find I liked it a lot more than I thought I did. :)
I’ll get to work on a few quick edits and maybe a bonus scene or two over the next couple weeks before I put the ebook version together… thanks everyone for your feedback and encouragement! (I love that there’s still love out there for this story!)
PS - I haven’t been online much lately because SURPRISE we’re moving! So there is much packing to be done… babies to be taken care of… etc. Sorry my queue is so very Supernatural these days… that wasn’t on purpose… I swear.
Hope you’re all well!
Just wanted to do a quick survey - would a downloadable, ebook version of Stars Passing By (the between-chapter-8-and-9 story of Tripp and Rosie) be of interest to you? It wouldn’t be very difficult to do some quick revisions, edit, and format the story for various ebook readers, but I thought I’d check to see if the interest was there (since it’s been so long since the story was first published)!
If you’d like to see a new and improved ebook version of Stars Passing By, let me know by liking this post!
wow wow wow
just checked my LtD downloads for the first time in a long time and
the Learning to Dance ebook has been downloaded nearly 2000 times!
So upon randomly going through some old spiral notebooks, I came across a poem that I must’ve written shortly after reading LTD, and I thought it might be fun to share with you:
They call you Up for gazing stars,
For dreaming about worlds afar,
And never knowing of the scars
That cannot mark your skin.
You saw this place for what it was:
This world below, the stars above,
And somewhere, there, a fleeting love
And adventure waiting to begin.
They trained you well and taught you much,
You faced it all and grew to be tough,
And like a diamond in the rough,
You stood to change the world.
One mission, though, would change the stars:
Back to Earth, not moons or Mars,
Where you would find, with a broken heart,
One small, life-changing girl.