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Weekly Word Count: 8/26/20

Word Count: 4464

What story I’m currently working on:

I started into the final Discord’s Desire book, y’all. I’m itching to write queer contemporary, but this is the last of my PNR series that needs wrapping up, so I’m going to try to put some mega focus on finishing that one up. As much as I want to start Outlaws 2, Dungeons and Dating 2, or Charmed in Charleston 4, all of those series fit the new direction I’m heading in, and this one is the last of my PNR series to wrap up. I hit 4k in Alluring Refrain, which is a solid head start. I’m going to be doing sprints to try and push through this book, because it’s going to take a lot of solid effort since I haven’t been in the PNR mindset for awhile.

What I’m editing/marketing:

I DID finish editing Restrained Desires, which was a massive accomplishment. That means the entire Rehoboth Pact trilogy is ready to roll once I find a publisher and get things situated. It’s super exciting. I also dove into Saving Throw and reworked some of that, so now I’m sending out submissions in the hope that Dungeons and Dating #1 has a home by the end of the year. With the beta reader responses rolling in for Tempting Fire, I’ll probably be able to work on editing that one soon, and Waking for Winter, my final release of the year, comes out next week!

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Teaser of the week:

“Maybe being surrounded by rockstars has me looking for a regular guy.” Liz locked gazes with Kieran, challenge flashing in her eyes. The poor bartender was getting dragged into batt

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When it came to revolutions, Jett was staunchly in Camp Fuck That Shit.

Unfortunately, his bandmates had refused to take that memo.

Their drummer was even screwing the leader of this whole mutiny.

Which somehow meant they were driving to the one city he’d managed to avoid for quite some time, a place both he and Trevor stored up some bad memories. Big, maybe, but there was nothing Easy about returning to New fucking Orleans.

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Midnight Heist is Under Contract!

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The cover reveal’s coming out on September 12th, and we’ve even got a release day for this book of February 27th, 2021!!!

It’s already available for preorder HERE!

Heist rule number one? Never fall for your mark.

Grif’s always followed the one rule in the high stakes business of heists: never fall for your mark. At least, until he meets Danilo Torres…

Grif Blackmore’s team of thieves, the Outlaws, take down wicked corporations and nab fantastic paydays. However, when their latest heist fails, they end up in debt to the mafia, which puts the pressure on for their next job targeting Torres Industries to go off without a hitch.

There’s one problem. The CEO of Torres Industries, Danilo Torres, happens to not only be dead sexy but unaware of his company’s corruption. When the sparks flare between Grif and Danilo, Grif can’t help but fall for his mark.

Grif is left with a decision to make. Is he willing to throw it all away for the man who’s caught his interest or is there a chance to play Robin Hood without losing it all?

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Weekly Word Count: 8/19/20

Word Count: 0

What story I’m currently working on:

Currently, writing is on a break while I play catch up with everything I pushed aside to get those words down. It’s always a juggle with projects. I’m not really sure what’s next on my agenda either, whether I’m going to write book 2 in the Outlaws series, book 4 in the Discord’s Desire one, or book 4 in Charmed in Charleston! Most likely the former two, not the latter one, because I’ve got plenty of time on Charmed in Charleston since the series isn’t coming out for another few years.

What I’m editing/marketing:

What I HAVE been doing is editing like a beast. I’m down to the final pass on Restrained Desires, and once I’m done that, then I’ll start diving into some new wordage, whatever that might be. On the editing front next is retooling parts of Saving Throw before I start sending it out on submissions before the end of the year. I’m already getting some beta reader eyes on Tempting Fire, so I’ll be able to get that rolling too, and then the final release of the year, Waking for Winter, is coming up!

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Teaser of the week:

“Hope you enjoy the show then, darling.” Heat flickered in his amber eyes, and his lowered voice made the implication quite clear.

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Line of the week:

Aubrey caught sight of her and waved. As she did, the woman by her side turned around too.

Chelsea, of course. The woman’s gaze locked on hers, and her grin widened. Chels had changed since their earlier brunch, slipping into a crimson dress that hugged her ass and black leggings and knee-high boots straight out of her fantasies. Her rich chestnut hair lay in tumbles across her shoulders, and the dim lighting of Renegades highlighted her sepia skin.

“Hey, Ky,” Chelsea said, crooking her fingers as she beckoned her over. Fuck, the simple gesture sent her body into overdrive. The woman seemed to take a sadistic delight in teasing her, but the more Chelsea did, the more Kyle could swerve past the awkwardness and find her words.

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Weekly Word Count: 8/12/20

Word Count: 16204

What story I’m currently working on:

I finished out Tempting Fire at 68k, far longer than I thought it would be, but I’m just thrilled to be done! The Charmed in Charleston series is one of my favorite tropes–a romance series featuring each member of a family. There’s only two more members left on the agenda–Cal, a rockstar romance, and Matty, an MC romance. While I’m not sure which book I’m going to dive into next, I do know I’m going to continue a series, whether it’s the final book in Discord’s Desire or the next book in the Outlaws series.

What I’m editing/marketing:

As far as edits go, I’m continuing to work on Restrained Desires, Rehoboth Pact #3. I’m excited to finish that up, because then I’ll have the whole trilogy submission ready. Next on my agenda for edits will be retooling some parts of Saving Throw, and then I’ll be diving into Tempting Fire once I get some beta reader eyes on that. I’m getting prepared for the cover reveal of Midnight Heist, which will be a month from today! And before that should be the final release of the year, Waking for Winter, which heralds the end of my Philadelphia Coven Chronicles series!

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This fucking kiss.

If Mitch had thought for a moment he could live without Penelope Dukas, he’d been a damn fool. Kissing her was like coming home. His grip tightened on her nape and he settled his other palm against her hip, bringing their bodies flushed together. The woman tasted like tequila, lime, and salt, those flavors summoning so many memories. He wasn’t gentle with his kiss—no, he dipped his tongue in to claim her mouth like he’d starved.

They’d only been separated for a few days and it had felt like a lifetime. His chest burned with the sort of warmth that filled in all the hollow crevices that had formed over the years, filling up the cracks inside him. He might be broken, but this woman found a way to make him complete. Nell let out a soft moan as her body melted against his like utter perfection. The scent of her rose perfume lingered around him like a caress, and he took a deep inhale, trying to memorize every damn thing about this moment.

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Weekly Word Count: 8/5/20

Word Count: 6070

What story I’m currently working on:

I’m still Charming in Charleston with book #3, which I finally figured out will be called Tempting Fire! (Thanks to the lovely Landra Graf) I’m now at 52k, which means I’m getting closer and closer to the end of this book, which is awesomeness all around. I’m hoping by the time I report in next week, this book is finished. There’s a high chance it might be, which will open up room to work on another series continuation. The only question is, do I dive into Outlaws #2 or the final Discord’s Desire book?

What I’m editing/marketing:

I’m still jamming on the edits for Rehoboth Pact #3, and I think I know where I want everything to go. Once I finish that, I’ll have 3 completed novellas ready to rock and roll with whatever place picks the book up! I’m also super excited that Midnight Heist, Outlaws #1 is going to be coming out with Hot Tree Publishing! I got a glimpse at the cover already, and it’s gorgeous. Also, on the news front, I did just sign a contract, though I can’t say for what and with who yet, but I’m super excited either way. And the final new release for this year is Waking for Winter, which is scheduled to come out September 2nd! The end of my Philadelphia Coven Chronicles series!

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Line of the week:

Mitch ignored the sting of his knuckles as he strode to the back and grabbed his keys. He needed to burn rubber on the pavement something fierce right now. A scream bubbled in his throat, one he’d been holding back for years now.

One of these days, he’d just erupt, and no one would show up to bail his ass out of prison.

He might’ve spent his life helping other folks, but the truth remained that he’d never see a cent of that in return. No one deemed him worth it—not for long. Mitch headed out the back emergency exit, not wanting to deal with the customers or faking a face any more than he had to. Within seconds, he’d looped around the building to the street where he’d parked his bike. He slung his jacket on and then settled onto his bike, his nerves buzzing.