Lately, I have been thick into writing and raising Kenna. Believe it or not, having a baby who loves to snuggle and who forces me to be more sedentary than I’m used to has really helped me be quiet and listen to my stories. I have never had so many ideas flowing all at the same time. I’m constantly making notes and typing up scraps here and there to compile for later use. And it feels so good.
So, I have been making my schedule fit everyone’s openings. It does no good to write a book and then have no tour company to pimp it. And they only share new releases, so it’s not like I can dust off some of the older works and tour those. Too bad. At the same time, really good that I have so many ideas flowing and so much drive to finish more books.
Yet, I’m not sure that JB and Lisa of Tasty Book Tours are going to love me after this.
See, I changed my mind. Yeah. I thought that I was going to write the first book in the New Hope series. That was the plan. And then I started talking about Hiding Out with Jennifer, who is a book blogger. She wants to see the story unfold more. And who can blame her. Samuel Davenport, Sam…as Haley likes to call him, is book boyfriend material. He is this protective Alpha. That could be because I picture him like this…
And, naturally, he has a hawt younger brother…Adam. Doesn’t Adam deserve happiness? Once you get to know him, you’ll understand.
That’s why I have to tell Adam’s story next. I was asked to stick a blurb about Adam’s story at the end. And I predicted a May release date, but why wait? The story just flowed. It came so easily, it felt so natural, so right. After all these years, I’ve learned to embrace the moment. So this moment has me working on Finally Found…the sequel to Hiding Out. Makes sense, right.
And the good news is that no one will have to wait long. Okay, if you have tons of time to read and devour books like they are say…m&ms, then a month can feel like a long time. For the rest of us, eh…what’s a month? Plus, it’s good to have things to look forward to.
For example…right now, I’m looking forward to Kenna eating and breathing on her own. Just when I thought we were through with all these equipment snafus, I discovered that now we can have just about all of them in one day. Yes, this morning, her alarm sounded in the bedroom indicating that the concentrator had bit the dust, again. Since we can do room air trials now, I’m pretty sure Kenna slept through that. When I was beckoned from the shower a little while later, however, I found her wide awake…and with a gaping hole. That pesky button had popped out. I have no idea how. Regardless, it is now remedied. Kenna has been bathed and snuggled and loved. So while she naps…that glorious fifteen minute window…I’ll get some more writing done.
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