Well, I’m up to my elbows in Petal Pushers revisions, but I’m kinda having fun with it. Thanks to some very helpful reviewers, I have all kinds of great ideas, and I think most of the nits have been picked clean, or at least they will be when I’m finished.
I’m not sure whether this novel best fits into Mainstream or Women’s Fiction, but I enjoyed writing it, no matter which genre it ends up in. It’s a light read about a woman who opens a flower shop, but includes a mini-mystery, a hilarious wedding scene, and a resident ghost.
I decided to give one of the lesser characters a bigger role, since so many people seemed to like her, so if you’re an Ashley Rosales fan, you’ll be seeing more of her later on in the book. And I’m excited about a new element I decided to include at the end of each chapter. Why is it I always put off rewrites, but once I dive in, I can’t tear myself away?