Umm … I forgot?!

There is a long list of things an author shouldn’t do, most of them centering around social media interaction and reviews, etc.

But what about when an author forgets about their own book’s release date? Impossible, you might think. And up until today, I would have agreed.  

You see, yesterday was Nightmare Thief’s release date, book birthday, or whatever you want to call it. Thankfully, it still went live thanks to pre-order, but yeah, I forgot. Kind of. What I mean by that is, well, ummm … I knew Nightmare Thief was scheduled for release April 6th, but I lost track of the days, months really. I thought I had more time to make teasers and to promote. In fact, It seemed like I had a lot of time left before release day.

The next thing I knew, it’s the day after said release date, and it passed without notice from me. *screams*

How? How did this happen? The truth is, I’m not sure. Yes, I’ve had a ton of personal shit going down in my life in the past few weeks. A lot. Because of these things I’ve been depressed, angsty, and a whole bunch of not-fun things. But I’ve managed to keep writing my next books without issue. Of course, writing is an escape, and social media interactions seem oppressive on the best days, so maybe my brain purposely blocked out release day. *shrugs* I guess it doesn’t matter in the end. I’m here now.

Sooo …

Nightmare Thief is LIVE!!! 

(In both ebook & paperback.)

And here are the links:

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Audiobook information will be posted as soon as I have it.

Ummm … I think that’s about it for now. Unless, I forgot something else. Ugh.

Until next time …

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