It’s that time once again. Time to go through a paperback proof copy of my next book – in this case, it’s Blindsighted.
I did this with my last book, The Next Stage, and it really helped me pick up on some errors that I had missed entirely when going through my digital drafts.
When I go through it, I spend my time highlighting things that I want to change and mark the pages with little sticky notes, so it’s easier for me to find what I need to alter on the digital version.
At this time with TNS, I was almost ready for release, and I’m at that same stage with Blindsighted.
I’m not sure how long it will take me to go through the paperback proof, so I still don’t have a firm release date, but I’m hoping that it will be some time in the next couple of months – so stay tuned for further updates.
At this time, it’s probably a good idea to share with you what Blindsighted is all about and show you the cover.
When Nathan and his mother move into their dream home, they think their days are looking up.
But when Nathan starts to experience visions of a man with no eyes stalking him, their dream home soon becomes a nightmare.
Soon he starts to see a mysterious ghostly boy that seems to be guiding him towards something. Can Nathan make sense of what the boy is trying to tell him before the sinister man gets too close, or will he disappear as others have?