So you can get Make No Assumptions in paperback or for Kindle on line from Amazon.
Here’s the link: Make No Assumptions
Here is our first comment from a reader: I love it, haven’t stopped reading it. I bought it on Kindle but will have to buy a hardcopy. I am at my alter reading your book, beautiful! For me, I think you achieve what I love for books to do…alter my perspective, mindset.
Though we miss our friend Emily, Glenda and I are getting so excited about our manuscript. We keep writing every Wednesday, and now we are deep into our research too. How are we going to get this thing published? How do we write a decent query? And for that matter, who do we query first—editor, agent, publisher? Does anybody out there want an anthology of poetry, short story and memoir anyway?
All the while we rework our manuscript—fixing those messy sentences, spacing challenges, missing words and awkward phrasings. We ask our mentor, Joan Garrabrant to edit what has now become a 14-chapter anthology. Graciously, she accepts—what a gift!
We edit some more (there is a lot of editing involved in this business) and come to the conclusion that the best way to get our stories read is to do it ourselves. Now, we are on the verge of publishing Make No Assumptions.
Stay tuned for a sneak peak…