New Review for Shifter Woods: Claw
Archaeolibrarian gave Shifter Woods: Claw four stars and said, “I enjoyed this story and feel like it is a coffee-break book.”
Which amuses me because Claw is the longest of all the Shifter Woods novellas. In fact, technically it’s a very, very short novel at 42,000 words. Looking back, I changed my original plan for the story because that would have required a full-length novel to explore, but even with the revised plot I probably could have gone into more depth of Angela learning about her history in Esposito County and Matt courting her over the two weeks that I glossed over. Maybe someday I’ll go back and write the events of those two weeks, who knows. The nice thing about being an indie author is that I can go back and add more material to a book if I so choose.
But I’m not doing that now because I have way too much on my plate, between working on Crystal Blade and prepping for High Tide, To Love a Wild Swan, and Hurricane Warning plus the other Paladins of Crystal story I want to do for Vella. I only have one brain and ten fingers, and there are limits on how fast I can make any of them work.
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