Sufficed to say, the last couple of years have been a difficult time for the world. We’re still in the midst of a pandemic and that has meant a lot of changes to our everyday lives, and many of us have experienced loss (including yours truly).
I am more thankful for what I do have, for the time I get to spend with family, and for the kindness shown by people around me. We have seen the good, bad, and the ugly, but there is also light.
We may not be out of this fight yet, but we’re going to get there if we stick together and remember our humanity.
Good things will come our way.
Onto some happy news!
This upcoming year will be a particularly busy one for me. I’m working on edits for The Mountain King while writing book two in the series (King of Stars), and I have plans to dive into book three before the year’s end. Look for more in the way of marketing on this in the next few months! Exciting things are ahead, leading up to the release in early 2023 via Starry Ink Press.
Also on the roster is the release of my next indie novel, Echoes of Radfield Hall. It’s a supernatural romance about a man and a woman who wake up in the woods outside a haunted, decrepit mansion in the middle of nowhere. They have no memory and no choice but to rely on each other to survive. At night, the mansion comes to life in its Regency-era heyday and they and thrust into new roles as characters in a repeating scenario. Together, they must work to solve the mystery before they succumb to the forces working against them and become ghosts themselves.
Target for release of Echoes of Radfield Hall is fall 2022! (It’s a perfectly spooky story for spooky season.)
This year has been a wild ride in a number of ways, but I am thankful for all the support in the release of Of Songs and Saltwater (my gender-swapped Little Mermaid retelling). It has done well for a debut (or, re-debut, I should say. Fated One is being revamped!), and I am all smiles, knowing that it is in the hands of readers.
I hope that 2022 brings good things into your life.
Lots of love,