When I first wrote Foxtails: A Paranormal Regency Romance, it was the first book I wrote that I really liked. And I knew that I wanted to write more tales of foxes. I have always wanted to go back and revisit Foxtails, and in a way, I’ve done that.
My second Fox Tales book is The Fox and the Phoenix. It is romance between a reclusive fox and a girl named Riley. I’m really working hard to make this my best writing to date.
Following a tragedy hundreds of years ago, a nine-tailed fox has taken refuge in the mortal realm. There, he ends up with an unwanted human roommate named Riley. As he tries to push her away, he begins to have feelings for her. However, nine-tailed foxes are known to kill their brides on the wedding night and Dong is determined to never love again. Exactly what can he do to get Riley to leave? And worse, what will he do when she does?
This week I updated the print edition of Eun Na and the Phantom. It’s really hard to catch all the typos and other mistakes, and this was my first book. I tried to keep the ebook updated. Well, recently a reader pointed out a missed error. (I had steal when it should be steel. And I was rather embarrassed it was still there. ) Time to do an update.
This time I updated both the ebook and paperback.
I also decided to make a few subtle changes. One is that I hyphenated Eun Na’s mother’s name for readability. I am also switching back to the original cover on the ebook so it will match the paperback.
I’ve requested Amazon to push through the updates, but I’m not sure they will. (Apple did it automatically. I don’t know about the other retailers.) If they don’t, on your amazon account go to “Content and Devices” and you’ll get something like this:
Click on BOOKS and then search out the title. If Amazon honors my request, you’ll be able to update your copy.
You should know if it’s the updated copy by the cover changes. (One of the reason’s I changed it.)
And thank you to all of you who have supported my books. You have no idea how much I appreciate it.