Happy News

I’ve got two exciting things to talk about!

The first is that earlier this week, I contracted a novella with Dreamspinner Press!  Woo! It’ll most likely be out at the end of the year, and it’s Travis and Noah’s story. I had a blast writing it, I fell in love with these guys so hard, and I can’t wait for you  to read it too. It’s actually the longest book I’ve written for publication to date. Holidays play a big part in the story, not to mention a little bit different twist on the friends to lovers trope. So basically two of my very favorite things. Seriously, you guys, I adore this story and I’m so happy it’ll be out to enjoy during the holiday season. I’ll post more info as I have it. But for now know that His Needs will be coming to a bookshelf near you!

And then, the bittersweet news…

Amber Quill has officially shut it’s doors as of today. And it’s still sad news, and it still hurts my heart. The Seattle guys are currently unavailable. But they won’t stay that way for long. I’m working with a fantastic artist and friend (details to come!) to give them a great new look inside and out. And then I’ll be publishing them myself in the usual outlets. At the very least, they’ll be at Amazon and ARe. I don’t have all the details worked out yet where that’s concerned. But I’ll be sure to provide the info when I have it. Rest assured, if you already have any or all of the Something Like books, they won’t be changing. Or if they do, it’ll be minor things. I’m not adding any new content. So you don’t need to purchase the new editions.

The new versions will hit the e-tailers sometime in the next couple of months. Definitely watch this space for updates. There’ll be lots of news in the coming months!

4 thoughts on “Happy News”

  1. I’m sad about Amber Quill too. I’ve bought lots of books over the years from them, and it’s really too bad.

    But congratulations on His Needs going to DSP. Excellent.

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    1. Yeah, it’s still an open wound. They’ll be missed. 😦
      Thanks! I’ve very excited to see these guys have a home!


    1. Thank you!
      And yeah, as sad as I am to see them go, I’m so grateful for how they’ve handled it because it means I can put my stuff out there again.


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