Second Time Around

I self-published my first book in 2014. I thought it was good. I was wrong.

I didn’t know it then, but I’d broken just about every writing rule there is.

To anyone who purchased Fireworks, my apologies. And thank you. Thank you for taking a chance on a newbie author and for giving me hope that maybe, just maybe, I could do this.

Five years on, and I’ve learned a bit. Not everything, not by a long shot, but enough to take a stab at fixing the mistakes I made the first time around.

So, here it is, the new and improved—I hope—version of that first attempt: Daniel Mine.

Aimer at Amazon

10 thoughts on “Second Time Around

  1. I really loved it the first time around, and I am enjoying the new version too. Of course, to me, reading is about connecting with the characters, not rules.

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    1. Thanks, Brian.
      I know. Crazy. I’ve retired the book, so you can’t get a digital copy anymore, but for some reason Amazon doesn’t take the paperback off their site. They just blow the price up to ridiculous. Strange.


  2. I reviewed this book first time around and loved reading it. Good luck with the relaunch, Aimer. Are you going to market it differently, too? I hope you’ll share with us what you do differently. I know many of us Indie authors would like to find out how to get more book sales.

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