Thursday, May 15, 2014

I need a seatbelt

I did it again yesterday. I wrote 12,282 words in the next Love Under Construction series book, Planning an Addition. This will be the last one in the original series. I'm loving what's going on in the book so far. One character you've come to love has to make a decision that will change his moral viewpoint forever. Another has to do something that will make some of you cry and others smile, depending on your personal preference. And two more face a monster that might just be unconquerable, even though their love for each other is as strong or stronger than it's ever been. Into the mix will be thrown five small, innocent lives whose foundations have been ripped out from under them; they're depending on the adults in the group to do the right thing, and that's going to be challenging, but maybe not as challenging as it originally seems. To top it off, a scoundrel comes crawling on his knees with his hat in his hands; wonder if that's going to work out for him?

Guess you'll just have to read it to find out. It'll be out in late October or early November, and already it's setting the stage for the Citadel series, a novella series following the end of the LUC series that will follow six characters we've met in earlier books. So hang on - there's more coming.

Today I'll work on the next Harper's Cove novella, which is about forty percent written. It's going to be another quick, fun read that takes you back to the neighborhood where you've already met Karen, Brett, Becca, Greg, Donna, and Connor. You'll have to wait until it comes out to find out who won the naming competition. I can barely stand it!

And remember: Renovating a Heart goes live on Monday, May 19th. Join us for the release blitz and blog tour, and remember to enter the drawing for a

Kindle Paperwhite!

Yeah, that's big. So good luck!

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