I have two months to catch up on because I missed October. That’s the first month I’ve managed to forget, but in my defence my life was a bit of a shitshow at the time. Thankfully things are a lot more settled for me now, so I’m back on track with all things publishing-related and have plenty of news.
It’s not very new now, but my body swap story, Into You, came out in September. It’s had some lovely reviews from readers. If you missed it, you can grab it on Amazon here, and once its 90 days on Kindle Unlimited are up it will go out to other retailers (sometime around mid December).
My next main release is A Family for Christmas. In case it’s not obvious, that’s my Christmas novella for this year. It will be released on Friday 18th of November. I probably won’t be taking pre-orders in advance this time, so will announce the buy link via my social media and newsletter once it hits Amazon. If you’re a Goodreads user, you can read the full blurb and bookmark it here.
I also have the audiobook version of last year’s Christmas story due out very soon. What Happens at Christmas is narrated by Mark Steadman—who also did the Housemates books—and he’s done a brilliant job. That’s currently being processed by ACX and will hopefully be live at Audible, Amazon and Apple sometime around the middle of November.
What’s in the pipeline?
As I just sent A Family for Christmas to my editor last week, I’m currently at the start of my next writing cycle. The timing is perfect because it means I can try and do Nanowrimo again this year. I haven’t done it properly since I drafted The Little Things in 2012.
My next writing project is Housemates #4, and will be Shawn’s story. It should be a fun challenge to make my readers fall in love with him given how he behaved in books 1 and 3 of the series. Assuming I meet my deadline for that, release will probably be scheduled for late Jan/early Feb 2017.
Thanks for reading if you’re following my updates, and if you’re doing Nanowrimo too—good luck!