Where do I start? I’m really sorry for my silence the past few months but seriously, where do I start? There has been a LOT of recent changes for my small family, both personally and career wise.
So on January 1st, 2021, yes, that’s right, New Year’s Day, I discovered I was pregnant, at almost 38 years old! Needless to say, yes it was a BIG surprise! We were done and fully happy with our two children but then God has blessed us with something we didn’t think about. I won’t lie. It took me a while to get excited. For the first two months, it was the “OMG, how did this happen??? What are we going to do?”
Month three, the excitement started. We may have been older than planned but the joy and wonder know no bounds at the blessing of our son. We will soon have a boy!
And the news doesn’t stop there. At the end of last year, I left my current publisher and signed with Kingston Publishing, another stepping stone but a larger company and I couldn’t be more happy and thrilled! All six current titles are being rebranded and republished, as well as a new series and working on current WIPs that have set for too long, gathering dust. My current list includes the following:
Crescent Vendetta – Book 1 – March Re-release
Bear’s Shadow – Book 2 – June Re-release
His Deadly Obsession – February Re-release
Stranded – Book 1 – April Re-release
Trapped – Book 2 – May Re-release
Drawn – Book 3 – June Re-release
Perfect Bait – Book 1 – January Release
Perfect Finale – Book 2 – TBD – Releases soon!
Exciting, right? I also splurged and bought a new Macbook Air 2020! I love it!
To celebrate with everything, the following is a teaser of Perfect Bait released in January! Please let me know what you think!!
Allie awoke with blinding pain in her head as the motion of the car rocked her slightly. She tried to move, to twist but found herself constricted in the tight space, realizing in horror where she was. She looked around at the little she could see. Tears filled her eyes, streaming down her cheeks as she lay on the carpet, which was surprisingly clean for being a trunk. She could smell a chemical stench coming from the fibers, and harsh shudders racked her small frame.
He’s done this before. The thought was instant and horrifying, the finality of it sending her mind reeling.
Her heart seemed to explode in her chest, and a scream lodged in her throat. She had left the fear at the door and now dealt with pure horror at the situation in which she found herself. The motion and sound of the car turned from the smooth ride to bumpy, the crunch of tires crushing stone loud in the silence of the small space.