Update, Dedication Pages and Thanks

First off, thank you to everyone who has followed this blog and liked my posts! I really appreciate it, and I look forward to blog-stalking everyone who followed me. πŸ™‚

I will be officially releasing the cover of my “Unbridled” novel this Friday. I’m super excited to show you all and pretty much show the world when it’s done!

And just one last thing… I was thinking the other day that I really wanted to have a dedication page in my novel, but have not seen a lot of them in Indie books. What do you guys think? If you’ve published indie books before, have you had a dedication page or other beginning pages? I’d love to just hear other people’s experiences!

I’d love to dedicate this book to my late father. He was a huge supporter of my creativity, whether it was art or writing. Our family lost him last October to pancreatic cancer, and I believe that even though he’s gone, he still supports me from the beyond. I don’t think I would have gotten this far without his wisdom and guidance.

A dedication in my first book seems small in comparison to the gratitude I feel for him, but it’s something, right?

Also, I hope you like my new header image on top of the blog! πŸ™‚

4 thoughts on “Update, Dedication Pages and Thanks

  1. Thank you! Yeah I’ve been seeing some people talk about acknowledgements as well. I will probably be adding that too.
    So far being an indie author has some pretty great perks. πŸ™‚

  2. The header looks great! πŸ™‚

    And I’ve seen plenty of indie books include a dedication page, so if you want to include one, too, I don’t see why not! I think it’s so touching that you want to dedicate the first book to your father…

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