My fourth book of this year, Visionary Wolf, has been released this month. I’m happy about that! It’s the ninth in my Alpha Force miniseries for Harlequin Nocturne, about a covert military unit of shapeshifters. Happy about that, too. It’s also my 50th published novel–very happy about that!
But it’s my last Nocturne, since the line is ending. I’m sad about that.
What’ll be my next published novel? The fifth book in my Barkery & Biscuits Mystery Series, For A Good Paws, scheduled for May 2019. I’m very happy about that.
But For A Good Paws will be my last book for Midnight Ink, because that publisher is shutting down. And I’m very sad about that.
That’s a career in writing, I suppose. Good things and bad things occur, as in other professions, and traditionally published writers like me often don’t know what’s going to happen when.
So where am I now, and where am I going? I’m both happy and sad that I’m still figuring that out. I’ve got some good possibilities out there and am hopeful something will come of them, but we’ll see.
Meantime, can you see me? I’m smiling… wryly.
What makes you both happy and sad?
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