The Lighthouse Thief, 2.0

Last summer, I released my middle-grade mystery novel The Lighthouse Thief. I had finished it—poured myself into it—and truly wanted to be done and move on to bigger, better stories. Looking back, however, I realize there were many overlooked flaws with the book and its design—flaws that I can’t ignore any more. 

So that’s my mystery-surprise-project of late: a second edition of The Lighthouse Thief. The updated version will feature (most importantly) a new cover, but also an array of edits within the text itself. I truly want this project to reach its full potential both in terms of story and design.

For those of you who already own a copy of The Lighthouse Thief, fear not. I’ll try to handle things so that Kindle copy owners can update their copies for free, and print owners will hopefully have the opportunity to order a new copy at a discounted price. Due to the time needed to update the book, The Lighthouse Thief will be missing from Amazon and other sites for a time. I appreciate your patience as I work to bring you the best possible book!

In the meantime, I suggest you take a look at my newest work, Finding Viola: A Short Story, available for only 99 cents on Amazon, NOOK, and Smashwords.

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