It’s been a busy last couple of months; actually, it’s been a busy 2015, period. I’m embarking into unknown territory (for me) this year and while it’s terrifying, it’s also exciting. I await the changes with anticipation, but am discovering that subtle, repetitive changes slowly become commonplace actions, so maybe it’s not the changes I am awaiting…but the changed atmosphere. Have I confused you? I do that.
In any case, if you’ve followed me for any amount of time, you might have noticed the recent changes to my website. I am streamlining and perfecting my craft. That’s what I’m calling it, anyway. I’ve added a section called Free Reads and moved some of the books around. You can now read Full of Grace for free on Wattpad, a great online platform where writers post their published and unpublished work. I will also be linking ebooks and PDF versions for Full of Grace and After the Call.
I’ve been hesitant to label myself as a Christian author or a Romance writer, and I don’t feel the need to do so now, but in an effort to streamline, as I stated earlier, I am making my current Biblical fiction/Christian work all free, so I can focus on establishing myself as a Romance author. Eventually, my plan is to compile the Christian stories into one large volume entitled Genealogy and decide from there whether labels are really necessary at all. I don’t think they are, but we’ll see. Although it’s not listed, The Pledge will also be included in the Free Reads. It’s 85% finished and just needs a little more time and affection before I release it.
And speaking of new releases, visit my Bookshelf page – I’ve posted the cover and synopsis of my next book – Stay With Me. I believe I mentioned something about perfecting my craft, so changes may come to what’s posted, but I don’t believe they will be many. I hope to have the book out by this fall, but I’ll keep you updated on the schedule and any other changes in this author’s future.
Hey, if you’ve read Speak Tenderly To Her or any of my other books, let me know what you thought. It’s always nice to hear from your audience.