Yesterday I attended my first writer's group meeting. It wasn't what I expected but, then again, I've never been to one before. It's run by L. T. Fawkes, a writer of mysteries. I will not be able to attend next months meeting but I should be able to attend the one in April. I did find it quite surprising that none of the writers there (7 women) had heard of Smashwords. I explained it to them and told them of my success with the company.
As for Ishnef's Revenge - I'm working on a pivotal battle scene that will set me up for the end of the book. I've gotten about 130 pages written which puts the book far shorter than Dragonverse. I need to add an elven glossary to the book. As I write this, a unique way of doing so has just occurred to me. In a printed book, the glossary could go at the front or back. Putting it in the front of a second book is traditional but my books are targeted for mostly electronic distribution. I believe, for each new word in the book, I will put the definition at the top of each chapter in which that word is used. For electronic books this seems to be the best of all worlds.
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