It’s been a minute…

So I figured I’d post something so you wouldn’t think I was dead. So… I’m not dead. I’ve just been busy, you know… writing and stuff.

Mostly I have been working on this novella that comes between books three and four of The Sacred Hearts MC series but fore the last couple of minutes I’ve been flirting with a stand-alone novel concept surrounding a cruise ship. Don’t panic. Reaver’s story is already written, plus at the rate I write these things, you wouldn’t see any break in continuity in the MC series. I’ve got releases on that going clear up through February of 2015 with what I have on paper going through the editing process right now.

I’m being rather dedicated and productive on this series and I’m finding it hard to find the time to sit down and figure out the formatting issues that are plaguing me when it comes to getting my e-book converted to a format acceptable to get my books into paperback. Something I have quite a few people wishing I would do.

To those people I say:

You are not forgotten. I am still trying to get that done before Christmas for you guys.

I should, in theory, have more time once the warm weather abates and it gets crappy outside again. I tend to not want to go out and do stuff when the weather sucks and it helps keep me focused on things like writing and formatting and giving avid readers more stuff to read in more mediums! (Trust me. I know what’s what, I was an avid reader before I was an avid writer.)
 
Okay, yeah… I wish I had something more interesting to report or to say for right now, but I don’t. I have some fun research coming up for some future installments so maybe I can let you in on some of that when I get there. For now, I hope everyone is having a safe and happy summer and as ever, I welcome correspondence and have a lot of fun answering any questions you might have about writing, processes, the MC series etcetera so feel free to drop me a line if you have a question that’s just killing you. I don’t bite.

Until next time!

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