I know to so many this project is just a short story. It’s one of 12 short stories in the series about Dmitry Medlov before he met Royal. But my Medlovian women (oh that rowdy group of gals) are expecting excellence in each and every chapter.
In reading over my work on last night, I just wasn’t satisfied with the story yet. 100 pages of a short story that is supposed to leave you cursing me for more. Don’t get me wrong. It’s fire, but it’s not ON fire. So then, the debate happened. I questioned if meeting a deadline was better than meeting YOUR expectations with my work. And the answer came up, unequivocally NO.
This is why I’m pushing the book back one week. The 100 pages that we present to you need to knock your socks off, or at least make you want to take off your shoes and curl up to your e-reader. Speaking of which, do people name theirs? My e-book reader is named LUCY. Anyway…
This series means so much to me. It’s the exploration of the mind behind the mature Russian billionaire who grew to be a worldwide leader of underworld munitions and the many relationships that he had to foster and forget. In Dmitry’s Closet, we have a new understanding of the thick tension between Dmitry and Ivan in their first meeting when he arrived to Memphis from New York many years after the Chronicles has taken place. We understand why Dmitry did not want Royal anywhere near Ivan, and after V7, we’ll understand why Ivan swore revenge for Arie.
The backstory makes everything fun. And this backstory is dedicated to all of you. But I can’t dedicate something to you that I know is half done. I’m asking for your forgiveness and understanding that we’re we a week off the mark, but somehow, I think you’re going to be entertained when it’s finally in your hands.