Hey folks! Looking for a good read? Explore the themes of self-control and toxic relationships with Monochrome Dream. With believable characters that are easy to relate to, Monochrome Dream: Apostrophe will captivate you and make it near impossible for you to put the book down. Follow Olivier in his journey as he struggles to free himself of the monster that’s taking over his heart and mind!
I am a published author.
For those of you who have been following me on my journey to get this published, thank you for sticking by my side. I know I’m not the most diligent updater when it comes to this site, but now that Monochrome Dream is ready for the public to buy, I might be a little more enthusiastic in what I do.
Order your copy today, and I’d love to see what you think of it!
What’s going on? It’s been a while! That’s what school and full time work will do, I suppose. Plus, Five Nights at Freddy’s 3 was released not too long ago, and I just HAD to get the good ending, the bad ending, and beat Nightmare mode before making much more progress.
Well, it’s spring break, and I’ve got things planned.
For starters, I plan to renew my license since it expires next week (happy birthday to me).
Number one, though, I plan to finish proofing Monochrome Dream: Apostrophe this week since I won’t have school to worry about, and then hopefully I can make print versions available for pre-order. Yee.
I’ve kinda put work on MD2 on hold because I’m dedicating that time to proof the first Monochrome Dream, and I’m checking it extensively for errors before I put it up for pre-order (I’ve already found a few that would have been extremely embarrassing if they made it to the final cut). The electronic version of it IS available for pre-order, but as of right now, paperback versions are unavailable at this moment. After this week, I do plan to have it available for pre-order. Thank you so much for being patient with me, and I’m sorry I haven’t been able to make it available sooner.
I’m going to update the MD tab because the chapters posted there are obsolete. I’m not deleting the original posts containing those old chapters for the sake of those who reeeeally want to dig them up, but just know those posts are no longer canon and should not be applied to the story.
I know it’s late, but I’m working on book 2 of Monochrome Dream, and I am about 14,000 words into it. On days that I can write, I plan to write 1,000 words per day. As you understand, sometimes life happens, and I can’t write every single day, but I do plan to have Book 2 ready to go sometime next year so that I don’t have to keep all of you waiting too long.
Monochrome Dream: Apostrophe will be released in 66 days, so make sure you pre-order your e-copy today!
I’ve been blowing through book 2, but I’d be lying if I said I really wrote 7,000+ words in one day. (Well, maybe not since I finished my NaNoWriMo book in 11 days).
Before I was seriously considering publishing, someone told me that if I’m writing a series, I should write one or two sequels before seriously considering publishing book one. I say heed that advice, and use it well! It’s the main reason why I’ve been able to get through this novel so fast. While I changed a lot, there are still several scenes I intended to keep. I’ve kind of just been able to copy and paste stuff from the old manuscript for book 2, and it’s made progression a little less painful.
At the time of writing the manuscript for book 2, it may seem like a waste of time, but believe you me. It’s not.
72 days to release time!
I am returning to work next Tuesday, so I may be quieter than usual, but I will still post daily countdowns.
I’ve been kind of quiet on here. Sorry about that! I’ve just been busy getting the book ready for print!
Monochrome Dream will be released in 73 days, and I am so excited!
As a writer, it’s a weird feeling knowing my work is going to be out there for other people to read. I’ve worked on this book for the better part of my life, and there were times where I felt like I was never going to be done. The manuscript was never going to be good enough. Here I am now, and my book is almost ready. This is such an exciting feeling.