Tenille Berezay

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The End is Coming

Posted By on February 3, 2017 in In The Writing | 0 comments

This is a good end. At least I’m trying to make it a good one because the Converters trilogy only has one book left. Right now, I’m attempting to perfect and prepare to release it. (I’ll for sure release it, but the perfecting is always in question). So, I’ve been thinking about release dates…tricky little buggers to set. The first time I was asked about The Conclave’s release I did some quick math and said late spring. Later, I realized I’m not good at quick math. See, it took me 8 months between books one and two and it was just enough time. But eight months is not mid-June (very late spring), like I thought, but mid-July.


What’s one month though? I’ve been thinking I could still manage it, but with the craziness that was January (with coaching basketball and working on a housing flip) and the craziness that will be June (with reunions and vacations) I’m starting to accept that I was wrong again. (I hope this doesn’t become a trend). So, calling on one of the tops perks of indie authorship, I’ve decided to officially move the release to mid-July so I can make sure to give my beta readers and editor plenty of time, myself a couple of months for extensive edits, and guarantee Desiree, Blake, and Denny the ending they deserve. Also, I know you, my great readers, are patient. Very patient. 😉

Tentative release day is July 21st. This may change but only within a couple of weeks depending on blogging and promotions. I’m hoping to have a cover reveal by the end of March. Also, I’ve been working sporadically on my fairy tale retelling, so the release of that will probably be early in 2018. So much to write, so little time…well, back to edits I go! 🙂  https://i0.wp.com/i1.kym-cdn.com/entries/icons/original/000/001/863/Capslock.jpg?resize=428%2C342


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