Monday, August 20, 2018

Under Construction

If you're reading this blog post, you might be wondering where my books have gone. Well, that's a good question. Thanks to multiple publishers closing, various Amazon programs being discontinued, and life being...well, whatever it's been over the last couple of years...a lot of my books have been left temporarily homeless.

But not to worry! I'm currently in the process of re-imagining, re-writing and re-releasing them all...or almost all of them. Some might be gone for another couple of years, due to circumstances beyond my control.

The Oberon and LA Love Lesson books all have fairly new covers, so while their formats might change, the covers will probably stay the same. But most of the other books are getting a whole new look to them.

Iron and Oak (formerly The Oak King)  have just been made available again. They have new covers and a new series look. You can get an idea what those look like HERE.

You can also get a glimpse of the covers for the as-yet-unwritten titles, Selkie and Flight, along with a sneak peek at Selkie, which is one of my current works-in-progress.

Edge of Heaven was re-released last month. It also has a new cover AND and there's a companion book in the works, Angel Mine, that will tell Mattie's side of their story.

I also hope to re-write and re-release Going To The Chapel as an Oberon/LA Love Lessons crossover novella. I hated having to move it from Sapphire Falls, but now that the Kindle World program no longer exists, it was either move it or give up on its sequel, Going Up The Country. And Wyatt and Ariel deserved to have their story told.  

Finally, thanks to the Common Elements Romance Project (about which you'll hear more later) I will finally be working on the first of four sequels to This Winter Heart.  The Winter Heart series follows the lives of Ophelia's step-siblings--Alistair, Calliope, Persephone, and Beau. 

Lightning in a Bottle, which is Persephone's story, is set to be released October, 2019.

So, although it might not seem like it, there's a lot of exciting stuff happening here. I hope you'll tune back in often for updates!

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