Hope you all had a great summer.
Mine was a little crazy— went on a whirlwind East Coast college tour with my twin girls and hubby, and while I was there, I launched a new standalone book —The Big O, which is available as both an ebook and paperback. I also wrote over 50,000 words of another standalone that I can’t wait to bring you. I thought it would I’d be releasing it this Fall, but family obligations (esp. the nasty college apps x 2) will not make that possible. I will, however, keep you posted both here on Facebook and be sure to give you some teasers that’ll make you laugh, cry, and swoon. I can’t wait for you to meet Drake and Dee… and one other very special character. Oh, btw, the cover, which I have done, is so effing hot as is the title! Stay tuned!
I also did a lot of reading. I read several Alexa Riley quickies, but I think my fave two books were Stuck Up Suit by the very talented Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward, and Penelope Ward’s Neighbor Dearest. I highly recommend both. This weekend, I am excited to read the ARC of Raine Miller’s latest Blackstone novel, Filthy Rich. I’ve had the opportunity to meet Raine several times and she is one of the finest ladies I’ve ever met. And most talented. The book, releasing November 15, is available for pre-order on Amazon and it’ll be on Kindle Unlimited! Here’s the link:
A lot of you have inquired why my books are no longer in Kindle Unlimited. If you want to know the reason, drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will explain. They are now available at all retailers—Nook, iBooks and Kobo in addition to Amazon. I plan to do some big sales in the Fall. I’ll keep you posted. In the meantime, I hope you will spread the word about my books if you’ve enjoyed them. Tell your friends! Share in your reader groups! Gift one to someone dear to you. IMHO, there’s nothing like word of mouth!
The weather is getting cooler here, and I hope it stays that way though in LA we always seem to get a brutal heat wave in September that often leads to horrible brush fires. Fingers crossed that doesn’t happen. Many of you envy the summer-long sunshine we get here in SoCal, but I truly envy your seasons. A former New Yorker, I miss the leaves turning colors and wearing wonderful coats and scarves.
To all of you, my wonderful Belles, enjoy what I deem is the last day of summer. Don’t hesitate to drop me a line. I truly love hearing from each and every one of you.
With all my love and appreciation…