Daria’s Tale

Please ignore that this is a photo of the proof copy. I have yet to order some author copies of the book.

I finally finished the novel. Then I finally finished proofreading and editing it. Then came the uploading and the checking and the re-uploading … repeatedly. But I came to a point where I thought it was about as good as I was going to get it and I pushed the publish button.

That’s always a weird feeling. Hard to describe. Part relief. Part excitement. Part fear.

It took a couple of days, but it is available now on Amazon. I did not opt at this time to create a hardcover version, so it is only available as an eBook on Kindle and as a paperback.

I think it turned out well. I guess that’s a given. I mean, I wouldn’t have written it any other way than how I wanted and that’s my best definition of well.

Whether or not anyone else likes it remains to be seen. Well, my husband liked it. But that doesn’t really count. He’s predisposed to like what I write.

If you are curious about what it is about, please check the novel’s page under My Novels. Or search for it on Amazon.

And now it is on to the next thing.

Eric Hoffer quote: The majority prove their worth by keeping busy. A busy...

Published by Dianne Lehmann

I'm a writer. But I'm also a wife and a mom to a couple of fur babies. You could call me a cook (but never a chef, I'm not that good) and provisioner as well. Laundress? Yeah. Probably. I design jewelry and I crochet. But mostly I love to write. I love words and how they sound. I love their meanings and origins. I love stringing them together. And of course, I love to read. Thinking about it just now, I realize that what I love most is life and the people around me with a special place set aside for my wonderful husband, our adorable dog and our inscrutable cat. It's the world and the people in it that fuels my writing. So thanks to you all for being the amazing beings that you are.

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