Okay, so I had a pretty good year last year, writing wise. And after having taken a break at the end of last year, I was pumped and excited for this year.
Well, so far, all 11 days of it, has been a mixed bag.
I’ve gotten some good words down on the page, and just last night, I broke 10k on my WIP. I started it a few weeks ago, right at the end of the year, and it’s been going in fits and starts. I’m really liking it though, and already in love with my boys, so you know how that goes. I’m aiming for a December release with this one, since it’s holiday themed. But I’m totally enjoying Travis and Noah, and my excitement to be with them and get their story told is ever growing.
After that, I have the next two stories in the writing queue already planned. One of which is the fourth book in the Something Like series. I have plans for that series, but I’m not going to talk about them quite yet. Watch this space in the coming months for news!
And the sad news to mix in this beginning of the year is, of course, the closing of Amber Quill. Not only do I lose the home of my series, and the opportunity to work with great people, but the industry as a whole is losing a great publisher. I’m not going to rehash everything here, but it’s still a blow that I’m reeling from and can’t quite believe it’s happening.
But despite that news, the year is off to a promising start, and while I’m not quite at my peak of writing excitement and motivation, I’m certainly getting there. Writing brings me joy, and I’m going to keep doing it as long as I can.
And! Love at Roades End, a Valentine’s Day short story, will be released next month! Details coming soon.