I’ve been quiet lately. I know, I’m sorry. I skipped writing the 2014 year in review post, and I didn’t write the “One Year As A Published Author” post. The truth is I’ve been SUPER busy. Book writing busy. So I hope that’s enough to earn your forgiveness for being quiet on the blog.
January 28th marked the one year anniversary of the release of my debut novel, The Darkness of Light. It was also the release day for my sequel The Embers of Light. It’s been an incredible year, and if you look back through my blog posts from last year you’ll see that it’s been filled with highs and lows (but mostly highs). 🙂
Right now I’m hard at work on the third book in The Dia Chronicles, The Ruins of Light. I’m about 30,000 words into it and the entire novel is plotted from beginning to end. SO unlike me, but I love knowing where this story is going.
My absence from the blog is mainly due to the fact that I’ve got a second book series, The Highborn Chronicles that takes up every second of my free time. It’s a heavy workload, especially since my shifter readers love quick releases. It’s certainly a pace I’m not used to but one I’m growing to love. That’s why it’s so great being an indie author. I can work at whatever pace I set. And right now, it’s fast.
This month the third book in The Highborn Chronicles, The Lycan Lady, is set to release, and assuming the idea monsters in my head don’t start harassing me, I should be able to commit more time to Ruins, and give more attention to the blog.
In the meantime The Embers of Light blog tour is underway. A reader turned friend “TK” has written a lovely blog about my books, and she will have a very in-depth interview with me posted on Thursday. Be sure to check her out and enter the giveaway here: Why Bother Reading Independent Authors
For the blog tour for Embers I’ve also written some guest posts. Check out my take on The Perfectly Imperfect Romance, as well as enter to win signed copies of Embers and an Amazon Gift Card.
Now, if we’re all forgiven, I must get back to writing. These books won’t write themselves, you know? 🙂