Well, I’ve been so busy and guess what???
Unfortunately, I won’t be able to slow down–at l east not for a while.
Basically I’ve written off the entire year to being busy. And believe me, I’m not reveling in that fact. I’ve learned the value in slowing down and enjoying life. But I’ve planned a very ambitious publishing schedule. Let’s see if I can keep to it.
Okay and now to the major change.
I was going to release Once Friends (A Hollywood Love Story) on March 6, 2018 but I pushed back the date to March 27, 2018. Why? It’s because I have lots of preliminary work to do in order to ensure a successful release.
Now Friends (A Hollywood Love Story), the follow-up book, will be released by May 15, 2018.
You’re going to see a lot of familiar characters in this second round of stories for the LOVE in the USA series. I don’t want to say too much before the books are released. But I’m so excited and actually a bit frightened about getting these stories to you. They’re different and I feel evolved, and as far as contemporary romance, these are the stories I want to tell. So… I’m offering you my heart on a platter so to speak 🙂
I’ll have to get back to work.
By the way, here’s the cover and description for Once Friends, A Hollywood Love Story. It can definitely read as a stand-alone but once you get into these characters, you’re going to want more. And I won’t stop writing on this series until the end.
So. Here you go!
I never thought I’d see Jay West outside my TV screen ever again. We first met when he was eleven and I was ten. Our older sisters forced us to play together while they ran upstairs to make unsolicited phone calls to cute boys. Finally, Jay asked me what was the name of the puppet I was holding in my hands.
I hung my head, embarrassed by what my sister called my state of perpetual geekdom and said, “Skinny Pig.”
He said, “cool!” And from that moment on we became best friends forever—or at least I thought.
Years later I developed boobs and he became a teenage heartthrob. Then came that night.
Something happened between us—something unexpected and confusing. That was fifteen years ago. We hadn’t spoken since then. Now here I am, staring into his deep blue eyes. He’s no longer a boy and I’m not a girl. I’m a woman and he’s a sexy man, who’s just offered me the position of a lifetime.
Should I take it?
If I say no, my mundane life will go on is. If I say yes, I’ll have to trust Jay West won’t eventually leave me high and dry like he’d done so many years ago.