Isn't it funny how you can read over something approximately 637 times (as well as probably relying a bit too heavily on "Spellcheck") and your brain still doesn't catch or distinguish that the word should be "guest" instead of "guess" until the 638th time. I guess early on (and I'm already not the greatest speller), when I'm writing in a mad dash and just trying to get it all down on paper before I forget, I frequently, and unconsciously, interchange "no" and "know" along with a few other homonyms (and similar words), with the plan to catch and correct them in the edit. Well, that "guess" (and approximately 33 other little glitches) means that it's back to the drawing board to wait for another proof--for at least another week. On the bright side, however (and I don't think she would mind me sharing), this is my favorite review so far from a reader who got a sneak peek at THE MORONI DECEPTION, who sent this to me in an email yesterday--and no, it wasn't from my mother (in case you were wondering :).
"I am addicted to this book. I have read 30 chapters and I hate to stop reading to go to bed, but considering it is midnight.....guess I have to stop. Wow! This is a super book and would make a great movie! I love this book!"
And also, no, I didn't pay her to say that--it's just that good. Kidding--I'm sure THE MORONI DECEPTION isn't for everybody, but if you like conspiracy thrillers (with a little sex, a lot of violence, and most importantly, an unfolding mystery/conspiracy that you may or may not figure out along the way), I think you'll enjoy it. Read the first 13 chapters for free at http://www.themoronideception.com/ and let me know what you think. Until next time, Jack