Publishing Update

We are just days away from a new short story out on the market. But (shh!) don’t tell. You can get it right now, for free by signing up for my email list. “See You Tomorrow” will be up for sale by the end of next week at the latest. The cover is currently with the cover designer, the ebook is formatted and ready to go. It’s just sitting. Waiting. Itching for people to read it.

I have mentioned a few times that I write in several genres. “See You Tomorrow” is in my adult Science Fiction genre, and it’s a Romance to boot. It’s a sweet story about Tammi, a Texas girl who runs into the handsome, blue-skinned, sharp-toothed alien Domino Sim in the off-limits part of a National Forest. They spend the entire summer together, but when his assignment on earth is unexpectedly cut short, Tammi spends the next fifteen years trying to prove to his people that mankind is worth their attentions. If she can’t get manned missions out of the solar system, she’ll never see Domino again.

I’m very excited for this short story, and while I’m here I might as well update you on how things are going with my other projects. I’m only a few thousand words from finishing up “Turning Point” which is Book 2 in the Afterdeath series. Sorry, Afterdeath lovers, you’ll have to wait a little longer. “Turning Point” won’t be out until early spring 2017, because as soon as I finish the rough draft I get to focus my mind on revisions of “Last Breath,” which should hit the shelves early next year. “Last Breath” is an Adult Scifi novel about a man stuck outside on a planet with an extremely deadly atmosphere. It’s a page-turner, filled with unexpected twists and turns, and plenty, (I mean plenty) of villains.

Be sure to sign up for my email list so you can get updates anytime a new book comes out. And you can smile a few days from now when everyone else is scrambling to buy their copy of “See You Tomorrow” and you already know how it ends. 😀

Have fun. And enjoy the writing.

2 comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *