If you’ve been following me, you might have caught a hint of how 2017 wasn’t the most stellar year I’ve ever had. (Short recap: digital nomading didn’t work out as planned; I didn’t write as many books as I wanted to; I coined “but being dramatic is my raison d’être” as my new catch phrase; etc.)
BUT, the other day, while battling through the first draft of Pink Bean 7 (which is a true battle, I can assure you… non-monogamy in a lesbian romance novel? Have I lost my mind?) I realized that I was in the middle of writing my 20th novel and then it occurred to me that my lust for drama has, in fact, made me incredibly fortunate.
And 2017 hasn’t been that bad after all. I got to stand next to Helena Peabody. (Bette Porter might very well be next.) I had some lovely email exchanges with my idol Susie Bright. My Mrs still loves me. I wrote 5 novels and 1 novella. We launched My LesFic. I have an editor who is fair AND funny. I might have been dreadfully hungover on day 2 of the Diva Literary Festival, but it was wonderful and I got to meet so many great lesfic writers.
Instead of counting my dramas, I should be counting my blessings! And then I haven’t counted the greatest blessing of all: YOU! The person reading this. (Thank you!)
I know this has become rather long (or as my Mrs frequently says: “for such a short ass you can be terrible long-winded.”)
This was going to be a short post to let you know about another box set we have released. My Mrs came through for me again and came up with the title Love Is… (which should prompt you to automatically add ‘…many things!’)
More specifically, each book in this box set shows love can come in many forms by incorporating fan favourite romance themes like Enemies to Lovers, Celebrity Romance and Second Chance Romance.
This digital box set includes The Road to You, Release the Stars (including the follow-up short story Not Yet) and Once in a Lifetime.
All books have been Lesbian Romance best sellers and have garnered 300 5-star reviews between them.
The Road to You – Opposites attract… or do they?
Workaholic Katherine and free-spirited singer Ali have disliked each other since college. Fate, however, keeps bringing them together and the paths of their lives keep crossing. Are some differences in personality simply too vast to overcome? Or are some things just meant to be?
Release the Stars – Can love be measured in percentages?
After her girlfriend leaves her for a man, broken-hearted novelist Charlie Cross vows to never date any woman who isn’t a hundred percent certain of being a lesbian. But when she is seduced by gorgeous bisexual cooking show host Ava Castaneda, whom she’s had a celebrity crush on for ages, Charlie is forced to review her belief in percentages because true love could very well be on the line.
Once in a Lifetime
Leigh Sterling and Jodie Whitehouse share a deep love and extreme passion in the bedroom. However, their differing desires for the future force them to go through life separately. When they see each other again eleven years after their painful breakup, an opportunity arises to explore if they really were each other’s one true love.
Word count: 180.000 words (3 novels + 1 short story)