Saturday, March 28, 2015
The Widow's Suitor, like all category romances had a short shelf life, but the Barnes & Noble in Sioux City still have PRINT copies. I believe Crossroads Bookstore in Sioux Falls has print copies too. To my knowledge, those are the only two places you can still purchase a print copy of my RITA nominee. So if you're looking for a print copy, check these two stores OR come to my book signings so I can personalize it for you!
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Monday, March 23, 2015
This week I want to share a free newsletter link with you.
Now I will warn you this newsletter has ALL types of writing opportunities, not just Christian markets, but it DOES include Christian markets, book markets, copywriter jobs. You name it. They list it.
I've found several opportunities and resources since signing up for the newsletter. I hope you peruse it and find it valuable too.
Saturday, March 14, 2015
Sunday, March 8, 2015
This doesn't mean that Love Inspired editors won't consider other book ideas from me, it just means, they aren't interested in this series. I really liked this series and the occupations I chose for the heroine's since all of the hero's were rodeo calf ropers. Maybe someday I can recycle those story ideas.
For now, though, I'll put them in my story idea file and start working on one of my new story ideas! The unfortunate thing for me is I would have had a book release every six months. Now, after my April release, Reclaiming the Cowboy's Heart, I won't have another book release until early 2016, which is a novella in compilation with other authors.
By the way, Reclaiming the Cowboy's Heart, is available for pre-order and if you are a Goodreads member, I'll be hosting a giveaway next week, stop by and enter!
Sunday, March 1, 2015
I turned in my novella to Barbour Publishing. This will be a story included in their Lassoed in Marriage compilation. I'm not certain of the release date, but for my readers who enjoy historical over contemporary this book is for you.
Union Gospel Press was happy with my sample assignment so now I can go forward with the remaining stories for their children's publication, JEWELS.
Standard Publishing contacted me with a short story assignment which I accepted.
So, I've been working on short stories this month which falls into my one word for my writing: Diversity.
I'm sure depending on where your live February might have seemed like a long month with ice and snow storms. We keep missing the really severe weather which make me wonder if March will come in like a lion and go out like a lamb or vice-versa.
Did February seem long or short to you?