It’s finished! The audio of The Lost Art! I’m so excited. Now I’m proofing the audio tracks, and I’m really excited. Natalie Duke did a fantastic job. It sounds exactly like the voice in my head. She hit the right tone so well.
Love, love, love it.
I should have it up and ready pretty soon! Just getting the audio cover done and finishing this edit.
Maybe you are doing some kind of long haul driving this summer and need a fluffy novel to keep you awake. If this is the case, give The Lost Art a chance.
Am I the only author who totally and completely forgets the story after it’s done? Like Men-in-Black-Flashy-Thing mind wipe level? It’s weird. Almost all my books are like that. I remember bits of scenes, the gist of the main characters, and that’s about it. Writer’s amnesia has its pros and cons, believe me. But one of the pros is that I re-read it and find it funny and think, “Who thought of that phrase? Hahaha.”
Anybody else have writer’s amnesia?
It’s even worse with other books. Jane Eyre was my favorite novel for a decade. I read it four times. I was surprised about the lady upstairs EVERY. TIME.
So if I read *your* book and I tell you it stayed with me, take that as a high, high compliment!