Updates on What I’m Doing

Working on Final Edits for The Earl’s Stolen Bride

Book 4 in the Marriage by Deceit Series.

Book 4 in the Marriage by Deceit Series.

I would like to bump this one up to mid-June for a release.  I’ll start on the final read through today.

Uncertain Release Date

a groom's promise

I am in the process of talking to Janet Syas Nitsick about a possible release month for this book.  We are both done with the first drafts, but getting everything matching and the formatting are going to be more extensive than I originally thought.  I figure August at the very soonest is when I can have it all polished up and ready, but based on sales trends and other business-related factors, it might be best to wait for the beginning of next year.  (As a writer, the business side of things has to play a part in the decisions I make, and part of it is when it’s best to release a book.)

Picked Up On This One Again

wagontrailbrideebook2

It’ll be hit and miss, what with the kids now out of school for the year.  I expect progress to be slow.

Going to Pick Up This One Again, Too

royal hearts ebook cover

I have this set tentatively for November, but if I finish early, I can publish it sooner.  We’ll see how things go.

Will Pick This One Up

the royal pursuit ebook cover

So that puts me at three books I’ll be working on this summer.  I want to get Royal Hearts and this one out before the end of the year so I can officially put a close to the Enchanted Galaxy Series. 🙂

About Ruth Ann Nordin

Ruth Ann Nordin mainly writes historical western romances and Regencies. From time to time, she branches out to contemporaries romances and other genres (such as science fiction thrillers). For more information, please go to www.ruthannnordin.com or check out https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.wordpress.com.
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2 Responses to Updates on What I’m Doing

  1. You like to stay busy, don’t you? I really, really need to set up a publishing schedule for my stuff, too. It might make me more aware of deadlines. I’m just always so scared I won’t make my projected times. I have noticed, though, that sometimes you don’t get things done exactly when you thought, and it doesn’t get you all stressed. So why should I get stressed. It’s not like I have a deadline with a publisher, right? 🙂

    Good luck with all your projects. And I’ll do all in my power to make sure you get The Earl’s Stolen Bride published on time!

    • I need to stay busy or I’ll get restless. 🙂

      Deadlines help me have something to aim for. I don’t think of them as something that can’t be moved. That would be too stressful. I see them more as projected dates I want things to be done by. Sometimes I finish early, sometimes on time, and sometimes late. This is definitely one area where not having a publisher is being able to adjust the deadline to real life.

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