I’m now gearing up for the next book I’ll have out, Hero of My Heart, a historical Regency-set romance out April 8 of this year. It’s for e-readers only, but of course it can be read using practically any tech device, so hopefully that won’t dissuade people from picking it up.
A lot of romance authors talk about writing the “book of their heart,” and I think all the books I have written or attempted to write are the books of my heart, but this one has a special place because I just fell so thoroughly in love with the damaged hero, Alasdair.
He’s an opium addict when the book begins, set on a course of destruction he thinks will lead him, inexorably, to his death. But then he has to rescue this woman, and things happen, and he changes his mind.
I am close to typing “The End” on What Not to Bare, another historical with a much lighter tone (hint: no opium addicts). It’s been fun, and weird, to write to a deadline, since I’ve never had one before. But I do now–and I am going to make it, which makes me happy.
In June, I’ve got a short story out titled “Her Betrothed’s Dilemma,” and that one was a blast to write–I just did it as a lark, to see if I could make this one concept thingy work, and it seemed to have. So yay.
Meanwhile, I’m writing, and working, and living, and trying to get enough sleep; not always easy.
Hope everyone is good. Thanks for stopping by.