It’s spring again! I love the start of warmer weather.
Spring usually means more sunlight for me—going in holidays, date nights. But I’m living under stay at home orders right now. Going out is not allowed unless for essentials like food shopping and doctors appointments—not that I needed that last one. In good news though, I finally got my first Pfizer vaccination in my arm and the second one is about a week away. Yay for me.
You would think these conditions would mean more words down—more writing done. But it actually hasn’t worked that way for me. I had no idea how much I needed to go out until I couldn’t do it. I always thought I was more introvert than social butterfly. Isn’t it great to learn new things about yourself every year?
But it wasn’t all bad on the work front in August. I did manage to do some long overdue tasks.
I updated a few book covers:
• The Wedding Affair, Rebel Hearts book one, has been out for a while and I decided it needed a new cover designed. I’m really happy with the new couple and over all cover and the rest of the series have had a couple of minor tweaks as well as you can see below.
• I also changed all the art for the covers on the Wild Randall series. The e-books should have updated on retailers by now and you can refresh your kindle app manually if you need the new pretties. The other vendor’s should push through the new covers to your reading device so you’ll probably find them in your Ereader already. The print cover changes for Wild Randalls are coming later in the year.
And last but not least…
The next Distinguished Rogues novel for pre-order has been set up on all retailers. No cover yet and no blurb either. I’m still writing the story, but I’m closing in on the end. You can find the pre-order links on the Seduced in Secret book page if you want to order in advance.
Well, I think that’s it for me this month. Of course the Christmas Kisses Anthology is coming out next month and I’ll talk about that more next month. But the stories are wonderful. I can’t wait for you to read them.
Till next time.
Cheers and stay safe.