February in Review
February was an excellent month for me. An Earl of Her Own released on the 12th. If you read and reviewed the story, thank you so much. I really do appreciate your reviews.
I finally finished a paranormal historical romance too and sent that off to be edited. The feedback for the story was good, but my editor has suggested writing the next might be a good idea before I publish. Given the first one took me four years to write, she probably has a good point. Eternal Match will be released hopefully later this year.
February 28 marked my eighth anniversary as an indie published author. In 2011, I pressed publish on In the Widow’s Bed, my cougar regency historical romance. To mark the occasion, it is now available in print for the first time. I love holding my stories in my hands and there’s still a few more to format for print yet.
What’s happening in March
Writing is my only priority for this month. Lord of Sin is coming along nicely but it is early days so I won’t be sharing very much about it for a while.
In other big news, I’ve taken on a writing partner. A furry distraction. I’ve wanted a dog for a while and I’m thrilled to bits with ‘Walter’–our new Maltese Shih Tzu puppy. He’s slowly settling into his new home with us but at 10 weeks old, he’s keeping us on our toes. Our Morpheus is not in love with Walter yet but eventually I’m sure the cat will come around. After all, he is at least five times bigger than the puppy atm.
On March 12, my short story A Husband for Mary will be republished. This story was previously published in the ‘Fool for Love’ anthology. It will be available as digital and print.
Right then, back to writing for me.