Iâ€™m very grateful to John Bucholtz for filling in for me last month. I hope you enjoyed reading his post.
So far, the changes have made a difference. Iâ€™m starting to see sales in all the outlets, and Iâ€™m having fun trying new marketing tactics.
Itâ€™s hard to believe itâ€™s September and I just released my eighth title in this challenge last week, MISS MATCH.
Her new client Noah Lancaster has presented her with a unique situation, finding a wife for his younger brother Joshua. Joshua’s been nursing a broken heart since the sudden death of his wife a few years ago and has become a work-a-holic. Now he’s finally ready to give love another try and agrees to Noah’s idea of using a professional matchmaker. However, Joshua may not be the only one to get matched.
What happens when the matchmaker inadvertently gets matched while matching someone else?
Now Iâ€™m work prepping Septemberâ€™s Release. Unless something happens, that title is book two in The Alex Chronicles series, WHAT MY FRIENDS NEED TO KNOW.
This continues the story of Alex Miller and her best girlfriends. I think readers will be surprised at some of the things that happen in this story.
I signed up for Book In a Year and forgot, I had completely re-written this book. When I finished the re-write, I eliminated thirty thousand words. Thatâ€™s not an exaggeration. This book is completely different from what the first beta readers read. This re-write made me eligible for BIAY.
That brings us to the fourth quarter which is a little up in the air. All three books are near completion. Octoberâ€™s release is about three thousand words away from the end. Novemberâ€™s release is a toss up between two titles. Both are approximately fifty percent completed. And Decemberâ€™s release is missing about forty thousand words from an HEA.
Thatâ€™s my brief post. Enjoy Labor day and happy writing.
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