In Studly’s Hands

I finally got to hold a copy of the paperback version of my novel, Mayhem at the Happy Valley Motor Inn and Resort. Sadly, it’s not mine to keep. I’ll forward it on to my friend and editor, Rachel Carrera first thing tomorrow.

Studly Doright wanted to hold it. “It’s huge!” were his exact words. I was pushing for “clever, poignant, skillfully done,” but I’ll settle for “huge!”

Peace, people!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

12 thoughts on “In Studly’s Hands”

  1. Studly is right to be proud of ya. I just finished “Mayhem” and gave it 5 stars on Amazon…which was a cheat of maybe a half to 3/4 stars. You’ve always had writing chops, and with first novel finished, I bet you’re already thinkin’ a lot about story structure for your next one. A big accomplishment, well done. And a nice photo of you and Scout to end the book.. Regards and Good Luck.

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  2. Make sure you get a few physical copies for yourself! And getting to hold your physical book in your hands is experience that is impossible to really explain to someone that hasn’t done it before. Congrats!

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