Okay, blogs are for bragging.
Well, maybe not. But that’s kind of what I’m doing here today. My second K-9 Ranch Rescue novel for Harlequin Romantic Suspense, Trained to Protect, is an October release.
It’s got romance. It’s got suspense. It’s got dogs. So it has to be good, right?
I definitely hope so.
Plus, it’s a milestone in several ways. I received recognition at this year’s Romance Writers of America Conference in Denver for my 25th published work with Harlequin. That included novellas. But this month I also receive, online, recognition that Trained to Protect is my 25th Harlequin novel. Plus, I’ve published 50 novels of all genres, including mysteries.
Okay, enough patting myself on the back—although it feels good. Let me just note that it’s hard to believe that this year is rushing by so quickly. I know they all do, of course, but the fact that it’s October already feels surprising. So . . . Boo! I won’t be blogging here again till after Halloween, so have a good, scary, chocolate-filled one!
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