Disappearing Act is our first book. Like all firsts, it was a labor of love. We agonized over the plot. We agonized over the characters. We wrote, rewrote, and revised the book six times.
Here’s what we learned.
When you’re writing a book, just write the damn book. You don’t have to make it perfect because there are plenty of people who can do that for you after you’ve finished the book. You don’t have to agonize over the cover, but it better be eye catching. And once the first book is out, get ready to write fast because your audience is going to want the second and third and fourth book (provided they like the first).