Hey guys. Like I mentioned before Evernight Publishing is having a sale to prom their second birthday. I’ve agreed to share the links to the rest of the authors whose books will be also featured as part of this sale. I hope you all find some treasures among the list if you’re looking for a good AND cheap read this weekend.
On Monday I will post another snippet from my WIP, featuring Zoe and Austin. So here are the links. Enjoy and have a terrific weekend.
Evernight is celebrating their 2nd birthday by having a 50% sale going on at All Romance Ebooks and a special on a featured title in various categories. My book Riding The Storm is the featured IR title and is available on Amazon (all week I believe) for 99c. So if you haven’t got a copy, now’s your chance!
TGIF!!! I’m halfway into the rough draft of Zoe and Austin’s story. So far, I’m having a lot of fun writing about them. Here’s a snippet. Remember though, this is still subject to a little change, better wording…until the finished product is out. Sigh… I’m alread dreaming of cover art here. Well it’s back to work. I have another 1,000 words to write today before I can feel productive and relax for the weekend.
“Goddamit, Zoe, will you calm down.”
“What do you want from me?” she asked, tearing out of his arms.
Still reeling from the kick to his shin, Austin took off after her. “I want another chance with you.”
Her eyes, filled with confusion, darted back and forth across his face. “You bastard. You didn’t really want me to be your cook. You just said that to trick me into coming over here.”
He held up his hands, this time making sure to maintain some distance from her. “I didn’t lie about needing a cook. You’re the best, Zoe. I meant it when I said I needed your help.”
She folded her arms. “And about what you said before.”
He held her gaze. “I meant that too. I want you Zoe and this time I’m not letting you out my sight for another man to zone in on you. Not again.”
Just wanted you all to know if I am not that active during the weeks on this blog it is only because I am busy writing. I should have the rough draft for the second book in the Hart’s Fall series completed in about 2 weeks. I’m still trying to figure out an appropriate title for it.
So far though I’m having fun writing it and I hope you guys will love Zoe and Austin as much as I do. I hope to start sharing a few sentences starting tomorrow. So now I’m off to do some cooking and take one of the boys to soccer (Fußball) practice, so until tomorrow.
Happy Monday, everyone. I’m still at work writing, but I wanted to give a shout out to my friend Julia Rachel Barrett. Julia writes “Romance with a hint of Jewish mysticism and some really great sex.”
Her book Stay, the third in her Souls Series is out now. So if this blurb tickles your fancy, then give her book a try. Her writing is just amazing and I actually have to give her credit for giving me some pointers too.
His boss may be the woman of his dreams but ranch manager, Lucas Jennings, thinks Dr. Sidney Blake is few cans short of a six pack. She insists he’s someone else– her lover, this mysterious Wolf fellow who magically appeared in a blizzard, got her pregnant and vanished without a trace.
If Lucas was smart he’d head back to Nebraska, but every damn time Sydney turns those big brown eyes on him, he’s hooked. He might be able to hide his attraction to her, but he’s not about to leave her on her own to run a ranch during calving season.
What’s really driving Lucas crazy is that the longer he stays, the more he remembers. He’s not Wolf. He’s not the baby’s father. Then why does he know Sydney’s body inside and out? Why does he remember the taste of her? When he looks in the mirror, why does the man named Wolf look back?
Congrats on the new release, Julia. You’re the best!
I’d like to wish you all a wonderful weekend and say once again thank you all for being such wonderful supporters. The kind words of encouragement I have been receiving has been tremendous and duly noted.
I usually try to stay away from reading Amazon reviews because well, some of them can be very depressing, but wow have I been surprised at the response to Danika and Brandon’s story. I can say this on behalf of just about every author who struggle now and then with finding their place in this business, hearing that someone loves your work, is the absolute best thing ever.
I am still getting my website worked on and hopefully I will be in this for the long run. But with readers like you guys, helping to spread the word, I don’t think I will have any problems :-)
Happy Thursday everyone. Thanks to everyone who has written to me, encouraging me to stick it out. I just want you all to know that while the sequel to Riding The Storm, has been put on hold (because of time constraints) I am currently working on Book 2 in the Hart’s Fall series. This of course will feature Danika’s best friend and supermodel Zoe Nelson. Her hero will, naturally be, Austin Hart, owner of Hart Ranch and a descendant of the town’s namesake.
For those wondering, yes there is definitely something going on with Zoe, and well, all I can say is, it’s not good. Poor girl, and she has to deal with Austin hating and holding a grudge against her because of an incident in their past. So that’s what I’m working on and after a few days of doing lots of thinking, I want you all to know yes, I will be continuing with the series. Perhaps I will venture out into another genre at some point, but for now, I see no reason to not try and find a balance so I can continue to write quality IR books (I hope they’re quality) while devoting my time to family life as well.
As for Book 2, I am looking to have it completed and ready for sale sometime in December. If I can get it done before then, great, but if not, still be on the lookout for it.