It’s my first blog post! 🎉 Here’s where I’ll post updates about new releases and any other long-form things that aren’t conducive to Facebook. First up is my tentative release schedule:
- Alexandra’s Riddle (Northwest Magic #1): This is currently scheduled for Fall 2018, but I am currently juggling it with a book for my other pen name that I’m behind on, as well as Arriving from Arkansas, which I have a contract for (i.e. inflexible deadline), so this may be adjusted to accommodate my other commitments. I don’t want to launch a title to conflict with Christmas, so if it gets anywhere beyond the second week of November and this isn’t launch-ready yet, it will be pushed back to Spring 2019.
- Arriving from Arkansas (Pioneer Brides of Rattlesnake Ridge #1): This is releasing May 3, 2019 from Sweet Promise Press. I expect that Alexandra’s Riddle will be out before this, but this is my priority book so the schedule may be adjusted depending on what I’m able to get done.
- Old Flames (Northwest Magic #0.5): This is a planned prequel novelette to the Northwest Magic series, to give you all a sample of that world. It will most likely be a freebie for you all. I’m not sure whether this will be released before or after Northwest Magic 2.
- Fool’s Gold (Northwest Magic #2): This one is a full-length novel. I haven’t decided whether this will be released before or after Old Flames. Regardless of the order, both of these will likely release in the second half of 2019.
Moving into 2020 and beyond, I will likely take a break after Fool’s Gold/Old Flames to finish The One That Got Away, a romantic comedy for fans of Meg Cabot’s Boy Next Door series, set in the Pacific Northwest but separate from the Northwest Magic series. I also have another historical romance series in the works for readers who enjoy history. My first planned series is a romantic suspense set in the Mediterranean in the late 1950s/early 1960s, but I may revisit the Old West if reception to Arriving from Arkansas is positive!
All schedules are tentative depending on what my workload looks like, so watch this space for more concrete updates as they become available!