Here’s an update about what’s in the works over here in Authorland.
Coming out this month, March 2019, is Number Six in the Incubus Rising series, Taking Chances. Taking Chances picks up where Wild Thing (#5) left off, in the midst of the relatively new characters who are a part of the Hotel Danu universe. While the tale follows party planner Angie Stone and her foray into the supernatural dark side, it also has tons of cameos from some of my favorite series regulars as well including Rafe Falcone, Deacon Blaine, Wlla Thorne, with a little dash of rockstar Dante James thrown in for good measure. It also drops some major hints about where the entire series will go in the future, with juicy bits thrown in all over the place. I guess you’ll just have to read it and see if you can pick out all the gems and hidden Easter Eggs in there!
Which leads me to what I’m working on now. Number Seven in the Incubus Rising series will be Two Much, the continuation of Cassadee, Rafe, and Gianni’s unconventional love story. Full disclosure, I’ve been working on this book for a long time and have yet to come to a satisfying conclusion that I feel happy with. It sometimes happens when you’re invested in the characters so much and I’ve learned to leave it alone and go back to the work when I hit a roadblock like this. Inspiration will hit. I just need to give it time. The story wants to tell itself eventually and these people are my babies so I try not to push it too much or to rush things. However, rest assured that Cassadee will be getting her follow up and HOPEFULLY a very happy double sized ending that will be satisfying for everyone.
In addition to the above, I’m also in the process of writing a new Sci-fi Alien Romance that just needed to come out of me. It’s tentatively titled Annihilation and is part of a series I plan on calling the Seven Souls. I’m only about quarter in, but boy of boy, am I enjoying writing about my badass alpha alien and his unexpected human obsession. I hope you’ll stay tuned for that.
In the meantime, I’ll say what every single author out there is saying these days — reviews are what keeps our work alive. The more reviews the more attention the work gets. So, if you haven’t already done so, please, please, please take a minute to post a review on one of the sights and make sure that it actually makes it there. And tell your friends to do the same. Good, bad, or indifferent reviews are a necessary part of keeping the dream alive.
As always, thanks for the support and hope to talk to you soon!