Bit by bit, story by story, I’m getting my backlist out there again. The latest, Silences of Fallen Stars, came out September 3 at JMS Books, and there’s one a month through the rest of the year. I also just signed contracts for five others, four that were orphaned after Amber Quill closed and one that I got the rights back from Ellora’s Cave. Loose Id will be publishing my m/m/f menage, Enthralled in Silver, while MLR accepted Against a Wounded Landscape, Anomalies, Iron Eyes, and Threshold. There’s only one more story that I’ve submitted that I’m waiting to hear back on, but so far, fifteen have found new homes again.
I’m not done, though. I have four novels that I’m still trying to decide what to do with and twenty stories that I’ve decided to self-publish. That’s just for my solo work. I don’t know what’s happening with the Jamie Craig stories. I need to reach out to Pepper before any decision can be made there which will likely wait until I don’t have as much on my plate.
It would be nice to start writing new stuff soon, wouldn’t it? The way things are going, though, that might not happen until 2017.
But it will still happen. That, I guarantee.
As is the way of the e-publishing world, the release date for Bridge Over Troubled Water was adjusted slightly. Instead of coming out in November, it comes back into the world–slightly expanded to include more background and insight into Brady and Cole’s history/relationship–on October 18. Working on the edits for it over the past summer reminded […]
Whew! It’s been a pretty busy couple of weeks. Not only did I have two older stories get re-released, but my second collaboration with the fabulous Rick Reed, Stranded with Desire, came out as well! I knew there was going to be a bit of a pile-up at the beginning of August, but I didn’t […]
With the first of my re-releases out of the way, it feels only right I should catch everybody up on the state of me. First off, I’m moving my blog to live here permanently. Everything in one place just seems so much more efficient, you know what I mean? My apologies to anyone who goes […]
2016 has not been the year I thought was it was going to be on New Year’s Eve. All of my plans for writing got thrown out the window when Amber Quill told its authors they were closing the doors at the end of March. I won’t lie. It threw me. Hard. Against a very […]
With all the changes in the past six months, I decided it was time for a site redesign. I’m still in the process of tweaking, but at least the bare bones of it is up, just in time for the first of my re-releases coming out on July 23!