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In honor of August 13, here are 13 of the most embarrassing bloopers I caught while editing Slave Again. They are included in the Bonus Materials and recorded here for my personal embarrassment.
He needed to finish getting that paperwork finished.
It was hard knowing that she would never know what happened to them.
So far, his plan was working out precisely according to plan.
“What are you still doing awake?” Roger was surprised to see his wife awake.
With faltering steps, she stepped in.
Juliette turned to face Eve. Then she turned around, startled.
Jae didn’t have any more money to spend. He had spent it all already.
Mee-Kyong could probably sneak past Mr. Lee’s guards who guarded this side of the hotel.
What Was I Thinking?
Jae clenched his small pile of bills in his pocket and willed his heart to be a little lower in his chest. (Jae is pretty cool, but I don’t think he can do that.)
That’s why she was here and not in the Round Robin or the prison camp or some makeshift gutter grace. (Well, I’m all about grace, but …)
Translucent eyelids stared up at her. (I’ve yet to meet an eyelid that can stare.)
“You filthy something or other.” (This is what you do when you try to avoid swearing.)
His heart hadn’t stopped beating since he entered the room. (Good. He’s not dead.)
Anyway, I'm excited that Slave Again is almost out, and I'm just crossing my fingers the cover will be done soon (and of course that it will be awesome). I do have some electronic copies if you're interested and able to review by Sept 3. Just let me know in the comments. Hope you're all having a great week!
Blog Love: Huge thanks to K L Schwengel for hosting the WIPpet Wednesday blog hop, where authors post snippets from the current Works In Progress.
Random Fact: I've been to Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica, and Russia. I also spent about two hours in a German airport.
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