Oh, lookey what I’m doing!
The 8th book in the Rise of the series just released. The reception has been amazing, and I’m still stunned at how many people have fallen in love with those pale beasts as hard as I have. Currently, I’m on track to end the series in ten books.
But, Rise of the Iliri isn’t my only project on the go. Currently, I’m enjoying the beaches of Vesdar, the forests of Tyrnigg, and trying to cope with the barrenness of Daemin. In other words, I’m writing the second book in the Demons’ Muse series. It has an official title: For Love of Evil. It also has a very beautiful cover, but you’ll have to wait to see that.
My goal is to release at the end of November, possibly early December. I won’t give a specific release date yet because I’ve learned (over and over again) that the moment I do that, I suddenly forget where this story is supposed to go. Nope, no jinxing myself. These demons (and angel) are moving along rather nicely right now, and I’m more than happy to let them play a bit.
And once Demons’ Muse 2 is done, I will be putting the finishing touches on Gamer Girls 3. Oh yeah, that means THREE MORE BOOKS this year. And next year should be even better. I’m aiming to release six, plus an extended box set (if all goes well).
Things are moving. All of that behind the scenes stuff I mentioned has been handled. Books are going to be coming out hard and fast, so I hope you’re all ready for this. And, just to make it even better, I got one more exciting release to tell you all about.
When it Rains, a menage love story.
Kitty Cox, who wrote the Gamer Girls series with me is finally releasing her solo debut novel. I got a chance to read it early (benefits of writing together!) and let me assure you, this is amazing. Sometimes, even strong women can find themselves in a bad situation. Kitty does an amazing job of showing one woman’s escape from her abusive husband and how the dreaded future can end up a dream. This book is amazing. Brook isn’t a victim; she won’t let herself be. Instead, she’s going to take back her life and own her happiness.
I don’t know how she does it, but Kitty has a way of taking the darkest subjects (seriously, if you haven’t read FLAWED, you’re missing out) and making them into something so inspiring. This is not a dark book. Yeah, it has some serious subjects, but somehow she had me cheering for Brook from the very first page.
So you, my lucky readers, will get to enjoy four amazing books in three months! Brace yourself, because the end of 2018 is going to be a whirlwind.