The rest of the Enchanted Galaxy Series is due out from in one week!
I sent an email to those of you on my email list this past week explaining my special promotion for this series. These were the books that officially got me down the road to writing and self-publishing books. It’s a very long story with this series, but suffice it to say, this romantic fantasy series is now done. I don’t know if I’ll ever do anymore of these. I never fully close the door on any potential story. But for the time being, my focus will be exclusively on romance because it is–and will probably always be–my first love.
This is why I haven’t talked about them a lot. I have a lot more fun with romance than I do with fantasy, though I enjoy a variety of genres.
A Groom’s Promise is now with my awesome publisher, Parchment & Plume! It’ll be out December 20!
This includes a full-length story by me called The Bride’s Choice. Here’s a brief description: Shy and clumsy Jack Warren has finally found the woman of his dreams, but her father wants her to marry his brother instead.
It also includes a story by Janet Syas Nitsick called When the Whistle Blows. Here’s a brief description: Hugh Warren makes a deal to marry someone’s daughter as part of a land agreement. But when he meets the perfect lady, he must find a way out of the agreement, even if it means a little matchmaking.
On Monday, I’ll be sending Wagon Trail Bride to the same awesome publisher mentioned above!
This will be out January 3!
I got his back from my editing team and am finishing it up as we speak. This is Richard Larson’s book, and it’s the only book I’ll be revealing why Richard and Amanda really left New York. I don’t plan on ever going into the true reason again. This is one of my more serious romances, so bring the tissues. Yes, it has a happy ending, but that won’t come without some dark moments first.
I have just completed my 50th romance, which is His Wicked Lady! This will be out January 9!
I just finished my initial rounds of edits and have sent this off to my editing team. I’ll be publishing this one myself. Like in Richard’s story where I reveal something that will never be known in another book. In this one, you will finally learn who authored the infamous book, How to Pleasure a Lady, Lord Edon’s been handing out since I started writing Regencies with The Earl’s Inconvenient Wife.
On another note, I am sorry to say I wasn’t able to resolve the differences been Logan (Lord Toplyn) and Malcolm Jasper, who were introduced in Ruined by the Earl. The two didn’t get along at all during that book, and they didn’t get along at all during this one either. I don’t think I can get these two gentlemen to cooperate and play nice together. This might be one situation where we’ll have to let them not get along forever.
I just got over the halfway point in this one! This one is coming out February 21!
Like most books, I’m writing this one without really knowing how I’m going to get to the happy ending. Things have progressed along nicely so far, but I have no idea what’s coming next beyond a couple of scenes. This is one of those books that comes to me as I write, and I know this drives plotters nuts, but no, I can’t plot any book out. I have to write it in order to know what to do next. It’s the way I work. I realize plotters don’t understand this, but it’s just how things work for me.
I’ll stop there for now. I have other things I’m working on, but I’ll go more into those in another post.
We’re going to find out who wrote How to Pleasure a Lady? Awesome!
It would be very hard to get Logan and Malcolm to get along. It might never happen.
Yep. And it worked for this particular book to reveal the person’s identity. However, none of the characters (save one) finds out the truth, so the secret remains safe. 🙂 Lord Edon would love to know who’s been bugging him by sending him those books, but he’ll never know. Poor guy. LOL
Those two just don’t want to get along. I think their views are too different. That’s the way it goes sometimes. 🙂