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A day has 24 hours!

Yeah, I know what you’re thinking. Of course it does, Jules. We learned this in elementary school. Even Foster, who’s almost four, probably knows this, so what’s the big deal? The big deal is I planned for Broken Bond to release on the 26th, but didn’t do a pre-order (I should have) because I wanted to be 100% certain it was ready to go before I hit publish.

Broken Bond went from a planned 35,000 words (a novella) to 55,000 words (a novel) and took on a life of its own. Well, specifically, Halloween in Broken Peak took on a life of its own and from there it just spiraled. To put it in perspective, Broken Bond is almost twice as long as Broken Alpha! That’s why it went from a September release to November.

Apologies, but I think the wait was worth it. I promise, Broken Code, yes, I am way too proud of the ABC trend, won’t get a two month delay. We’re right on track for a mid December launch! Yeah me. I think.

So, why am I posting about hours in a day again? Oh yeah, I am mashing the refresh button, waiting for Amazon to tell me the book is live so I can update everything!

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