As the saying goes, "Sooner or later, all things must end" and here we are - near the end of the year - and at the end of my blog...
Yes, this is it. My final post.
Okay, not really. Just the last one of 2013.
Admit it, I scared you there for a minute!
The Holidays are upon us and everyone is busy; shopping, baking, decorating, wrapping, getting together with family and friends. So rather than bog myself down with even more work, I'm calling it quits until next year!
It's certainly been a busy year for me; one that will probably never be duplicated again, at least not in the way of publications. (5 books in one year!) Whew!
My Ravenswynd Series is finished; starting in March, I published a book every 3 months. It was a lot of work, a bit of head-banging frustration, but it was worth it. I'm happy it's finally finished and "out there" for the world to see (and hopefully enjoy).
I've gotten several great reviews which you can see on Amazon and/or Goodreads, and I've posted a few of them here on my blog under the heading "Reviews" (Catchy title-huh?)
And somewhere in there (if I remember correctly, it was October) I also published my first time-travel novel! River of Time. I'm sure you've seen all of my books...over and over...and then some. (Sorry about that...but, self-publishing means self-promoting. Please don't hate me.)
I've also updated another page here - where all 5 of my videos are posted for your viewing pleasure. (Well at least I hope you like them) You can find them under the tab called Book-trailers (Go figure)
What's on the list for next year, you ask? (I heard something)*
Lots of writing...lots of editing...and if I'm lucky, perhaps I'll even manage to publish (finally) my very first novel. (Yes! In between promoting and publishing, I've been editing it!) It's a contemporary romance - (Imagine that, not even a hint of paranormal this time!) I still don't have a title pinned down for this one; I usually call it Jack and Sara whenever I'm talking about it. I was leaning towards calling it "One Memory at a Time" but since I really didn't want this one getting mixed in with my time-travel books... perhaps I shall re-think the title. (What do you all think? Is that title too close to the others?)
I'm also working on two more time-travel novels. Garden of Time: about a woman who gets hurled back into the late 1800's, and another, tentatively titled Island of Time, about a woman, a man and a wolf - which I'm writing with my mother. Fun times indeed.
So, I bid you adieu, farewell, and adios. Until next year. After all the decorations are put away, and all the wrapping paper thrown out, and all the leftovers are eaten. And not one minute sooner.
Oh, I'll still be on facebook posting non-stop about my books. Never fear, you can't get rid of me that easily!
Thanks for reading!
Have a very Merry Christmas, and a wonderful New Year!
(A show, in my opinion, that should never have ended!)