My second proofs arrived today, which are also doubling as copies for beta readers. One's for my mom, as she's a good honest beta reader who I can count on to 1) give an honest opinion and 2) read and respond in a timely fashion. She also enjoys the fantasy genre.
With any luck, this proof will go smoothly, but I will admit to some concern that a couple of the story arcs might come across too convoluted and have to be reworked. Elf Doubt required a fair bit more interweaving of plot points than Elf Mastery did.
At any rate, I just need the cover work finished and a good beta read and I can launch. So here's hoping for May.
And in other news, I have been working on the third book, Elf Righteous.
I recently finished several years of employment with the Canadian government to pursue a Master's degree. My secret goal is to become a self-sustaining author. This blog is dedicated to the first book I have ever put on the market.