First and foremost, I want to THANK YOU for sharing this wonderful journey with me.
It's been an incredible ride, and I seriously appreciate all or your time and feedback. It really has meant the world to me.
Seriously, without your support, Color would have faded away a long time ago.
The last chapter (120. Remembering) was essentially an epilogue. Going forward, Henry might take one of two paths - baseball player or detective.
I'm leaning towards the latter and having him pursue the Vigilantes of the White in another town. Thoughts? Do you have a preference?
These are just ideas stewing in my head right now. Nothing's set in stone.
My primary goal now is to get Color ready to publish. I'm going to take a month to prep for a big final revision based on a extensive revision log.
Honestly, I'm not sure how long the final revision will take, or if I'll post that version on Wattpad.
But one thing I do know ...
Color WILL BE published!!!
Again, thanks for everything. You've been great! 👏👏👏
Oh, and for reading all the way through and if you haven't ready done so already ... Let me know if you'd like your username or real name mentioned in the published book, or perhaps on the book website. Please feel free to PM me. I want to give recognition to as many loyal readers as possible. You deserve it!
See ya around the Wattpad neighborhood.
All the best!
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Color (Completed)Historical Fiction
WATTYS SHORTLISTED! During World War I, a black baseball player gets a second chance to play ball on an all-white steel mill baseball team, an action that shocks and divides an entire town. Targeted by opponents, his own team, and mysterious vigilan...