November? What happened to October?


I’m starting to realize that my Monday deadline should be more of a suggestion really. I haven’t posted a blog in quite a while, which has not been my intention, and I would love to fill this post regaling you all with wondrous tales and adventures I could have been a part of if space aliens had only been so kind as  to abduct me. But, as usual, they totally dissed me once again.

So the boring and mundane explanation for my absence was due to a trip we took for about a week, where my loving husband brought home a “delightful” souvenir. The lovely Strep throat. Oh yes, the family definitely went into quarantine. I can’t tell you how stir-crazy you get sitting the same house day-in and day-out, and to be sick on top of it all. Miserable. Lucky me, I only got bacterial tonsillitis—the worst case the medical professional who diagnosed it had ever seen. So needless to say, I was laid up for over a week, not in any condition to work on my writing, which has been driving me bonkers.

The good news that comes out of this is that I had some time to do a little editing on The Princess’s Dragon and on the other book I want to release at around the same time, which will be my science-fiction romance with a hero that is definitely unconventional, seeing as he is part scorpion. I want to release both these books this year. That may be wishful thinking, but with some excellent time management, I think it can happen.

The stories themselves are in the last phase of their development: going through final edits, but then I need a cover, and a catchy book description.

The closer I get to release date, which should be soon, I will keep you all updated.

I hope you are all doing well. I wish I had a more organized blog for you today, but the truth is, until I get these next two projects published, I’m going to be somewhat strapped for time.

Please let me know your thoughts. How has the seasonal change affected you? Did you have a Halloween Party? I did…too bad I had a nasty bacteria lurking, waiting, to take me down and put me completely out of commission. Ah Well! My blog is back to business. Let me know what kind of things you’d like to see posted in the upcoming months. Feel free to comment, like, and share this post.

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  1. First off, I would like to reiterate how delighted I am that you’re posting on the new forum that Samantha K set up. I always enjoy reading your thoughts and opinions. Now, on to your blog post. The story you mentioned about the part scorpion H – is this the somewhat “insectoid” looking H you’ve tantalized us with in earlier blog posts? Oh, I do hope so as a scorpion sounds like a wonderful choice for a true alien-looking alien, giving just a bit of creepy spice to start a tingle down my spine! And I mean that in the best possible way, of course. I am especially looking forward to that story, but I enjoy reading everything you publish.

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    1. Hi Cindy,
      I’m completely stoked about the new romance forum, and I’m so glad I still have somewhere to post and to find out about new alien romances. I’m thrilled that you like reading my humble opinions, thank you. (blush) I’ve always enjoyed your posts as well, and I noticed that we seem to like the same things in our romances which means I always look forward to your take on the recommendations.

      The new alien romance I mentioned IS the one with the “insectoid” looking alien, although technically I guess a scorpion isn’t an insect. 😉 This hero has been through so many iterations since I first created him several years ago. I hope you like the way he finally turned out, keeping in mind that he started off as a monster in his earliest incarnations. 😀

      I’m really hoping to have this one out by the end of this year. I’ll be working hard at getting it all together.

      Thank you for all your support. It really means a lot to have people giving me encouragement and such positive feedback!

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