So it’s been a bit busy at work over the last couple of weeks, launching our new American and German web sites together with a new brand and lots of new products from Nylonica. And that – coupled with line learning for my latest screen acting adventures – has restricted writing time for a bit, which is frustrating, but an inevitable part of juggling life and a day job.
On the upside, I met with Carrie, the editor, on Sunday and she’s come up with some fantastic suggestions to make Cold Press better, although thankfully the required surgery is largely cosmetic rather than anything too structural. I’m implementing those now, which means the Marach 17th launch date has been pushed back by a couple of weeks, although I’d still hope to have everything finished by the end of March.
As of last night she now also has the manuscript for Skirt. Lots of people have read Cold Press and the feedback has been largely encouraging. Nobody at all has read Skirt. The first real feedback is likely to be the most brutal of all, but hey, there’s something exciting about jumping in at the deep end, albeit into potentially choppy waters. We shall see. It’s such a different project to Cold Press, but I think it’s the best thing I’ve ever done. I should be able to conclusively comment on the scale of my delusion when Carrie comes back with the verdict by the end of March. More soon 🙂