I Finally Picked the Books I’ll Work On for the Next Three Months

My husband and I decided to take a vacation in July to visit his parents.  (My parents are no longer alive so we do our vacations for his side.)  Anyway, I had to pick which books had the best chance of getting finished and published before I go on vacation.  So I picked the four books (three novels and one novella) that look the most promising.  I just posted my choices and explained them at length on my newsletter blog.  I was going to repeat myself here to explain why I chose the books I did, but why do that in case some of you already read that blog?  So I’ll do a cliff notes version on this blog and you can go to my newsletter blog to find out more information if you wish.  Or, if you’ve already read that blog post, you can save yourself the double post.

Here goes…

First of all, Runaway Bride is expected to be out around April 15.  I’m really happy with how Mark and Lexie’s story turned out.  And it turned out Lexie’s mom wasn’t all that bad after all.  🙂  I expected her to be, given how things played out in Suddenly a Bride, but I guess seeing her from Lexie’s point of view gave me another perspective of her.

Now for the list of books I’ll be working on for the next three months: His Abducted Bride, Kent Ashton’s Backstory, Lassoing Her Groom, and His Reluctant Lady.  *fingers crossed that no one gets sick or something else happens to prevent me from finishing and publishing these before July*

Here’s the detailed blog post on my newsletter blog for more information.

About Ruth Ann Nordin

Ruth Ann Nordin mainly writes historical western romances and Regencies. From time to time, she branches out to other genres, but her first love is historical romance. She lives in Omaha, Nebraska with her husband and a couple of children. To find out more about her books, go to https://ruthannnordinsbooks.wordpress.com/.
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2 Responses to I Finally Picked the Books I’ll Work On for the Next Three Months

  1. Wow, that’s quite a list. Good luck! And maybe no one will get sick to slow you down.

    • I know. The list feels a little overwhelming, but I have to remind myself one of those stories is a novella that is almost halfway done. The other novel is halfway done, too. That’s been helping. *fingers crossed* It seems like whenever I make goals like this, something pops up. 😀

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