Monthly Archives: November 2016

I’m a NANO Winner!

I have been the slackest author in the history of ever when it comes to updating my blog. I don’t expect this to change. Sorry.

Just wanted to give you a quick update.

I have successfully complete Nanowrimo 2016! Yay!! I’m now going to sleep for a week because that shit’s exhausting.

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What does this mean, I hear you ask?

I used Nano as motivation to get two stories completed. The first one I worked on was As the Sun Sets, the third novel of my Love for All Seasons series. This is Scott’s story who appeared in As the Leaves Fall. You may remember him as Noah’s cheating ex. (I think I have a thing for redeeming bad boys) Anyway, I didn’t think I could do it because no one likes a cheater, but I urge you to give Scott a go. He’s not the person you think he is. I hope to have this ready for release in Feb/Mar 2017.

The second one I wanted to finish is called Solid Rock. This is a standalone about James, a british guy whose estranged father dies and leaves instructions for his ashes to be scattered at Uluru. The dead centre of Australia. There he meets a hunky, laidback, Aussie tour guide. They both think a distraction is in order for a night or two. Neither believe it’s anything more than a holiday hookup, but little do they know just how much they have in common. But James is a tourist and can’t stay legally stay in Australia. Plus, it’s just an extended fling, no emotions involved, right? Right??  You’ll have to wait till May next year to find out what happens with these two, but I promise it’s worth it.

Till then, I’ll keep plodding along. Stay tuned.

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RJ

 

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