And the Hits Just Keep Coming!

Wanted to let y’all know Loose-Id wants Morning Star! I’m so excited I’m nearly speechless. We’ll start edits when I get back from vacation. You might remember that this is a sequel to Rock Star. It’s about the relationship between Harley, Bryan’s best friend and Andi the woman who produces his television show. Their clandestine relationship is mentioned in Rock Star, as a lot of my fans have pointed out. Anyway, I have at least two, possibly three more ‘star’ books planned, and since I’m no longer the world’s slowest writer, (though definitely the tiredest!) you should be seeing them soon. Look for Morning Star in mid-October. Again, thank you so much for supporting me, I promise to always write the very best books I can for you. 

I was thrilled to see one of my readers compare me to Suzanne Brockmann. (Where’s that “I’m not worthy” emoticon when you need it?) That thrilled me to pieces. I never set out to write adventure stories, but there are several more in the pipeline for those of you who like a little thrill with your romance.

5 thoughts on “And the Hits Just Keep Coming!

  1. Congrats. Rock Star is the book with the bookstore owner and the lead singer recovering after the drug overdose of his friend right? I liked it. It was nice and escapist. Ol’ girl’s Daddy got on my nerves. What about her business partner, the one who share the flat above the bookstore with her? What happened to her.

  2. Oooooooooooooooooo, so looking forward. You really are one of my favourite authors!. So enjoyed Pussycat. Didn’t want it to end. It flowed flawlessly. Love love love love that I can depend on you for grammatically correct written books. That alone is worth the price of the book!.

    More more more please soon!
    Also will Pussycat be available in print?. I want a copy for my bedside table….

  3. @GEM, yes, that’s Rock Star. I’m glad you liked it. Tonya, her business partner’s book is coming up sometime next year. Y’all do realize I’ve written five books since August, right? I’m just a little tired, but if y’all keep reading them, I’ll keep writing them! 😀

  4. @cccH, I’m so glad you enjoyed Pussycat. I loved writing that book and didn’t want it to end either. My editor works very hard to ensure that I’m grammatically correct. She hounds me to death about comma splices. I’m notorious for them. Trust me, it takes a team of people to produce my books and I’m eternally grateful to them. I’ll let them know you appreciate it.

    I don’t think Pussycat will be released in print, though of course, I don’t get to make that decision. If it is, I’ll be sure to let everyone know.

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