It’s been a while, so I wanted to check in and send love, well wishes, and maybe entertain you a little. I’m busy working from home, helping my new adult kiddos maneuver online college and finances without their restaurant jobs, and my fourteen-year-old tackle eighth grade using Google classroom. My husband and I plan to celebrate his birthday today with a long hike, birthday cake from my parent’s front yard as we all sing through the window to each other, and then the final Star Wars installment on the big screen in our bedroom 😊 An epic thank-you to everyone doing your part, especially those on the front lines. I work for an insurance company- specifically for the commercial trucking department- and want to applaud everyone continuing to move our goods from point A to point B. We couldn’t do this without you!
First... well, First! First is available on Audible, so give it a listen if you’re looking for an epic love story that takes place in the nineties during the war. Audible update: the ENTIRE Roam series is in production by the talented Kelli Tager, and I’m so excited for you to hear Roam’s voice come to life with Kelli’s talent!
Next... the release of Accolade, Fire Ballad Three, the final book in the series and the LAST Roam story, has been halted due to content. Though my readers of the series can attest to the story about a pandemic being teased back in 2014, I don’t feel comfortable releasing this one as scheduled just yet. This story puts Roam and Troy in a quarantine situation while concluding the overall arc of the Roam series, and is written from Roam’s point of view. I’ve included an excerpt here and, as you can see, it hits a bit close to home with current events. So... let’s just all get through this together right now and I’ll release Accolade when it doesn’t feel so opportunistic.
Finally, in the meantime, this week (March 23-27) please enjoy turning off the news and running from reality with some free books on Kindle Unlimited. ALL MY BOOKS are free MARCH 23-27 for your escape.
Take care of yourself and others. I won’t put High School Musical back in your head, but we really are. All of us. In this. Spread love, not cooties.