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Lots have happened since my last blog in August of 2023. For starters, I left dispatching due to poor management or lack thereof. I'm grateful for the experience dispatch gave me. My husband is still a part time deputy, though its super part time.
After leaving there, I began working at the Register of Deeds office with the county. It's super interesting as there are records that go back to the foundation of the county, all the way back to 1886. There's also the teacher's work books from the schools that are kept in our office. Those are super fun to look at to see who was a good kid, who attended, the PE games they had to play and whatever else. It's also cool to see the handwriting styles and how they changed over the decades.
As far as the house goes, we updated our closet and knocked out a wall to make it bigger. Now it's just the finishing touches in our bedroom and closet. Next project I want to tackle is the utility room. We had to take a out a wall and have it sprayed for termites, so now we get the lovely opportunity to put it back together. I want to slap tin on the wall and call it a day. Husband wants sheetrock. Rock, paper, scissors later and I lost. Sheetrock it is....
In bookish news, I backed out of the winter anthology I was going to be in. I decided to take the story I had written for it and ran with it. Currently, my editor Tiffany is going over it. I plan on wrapping it up this month and having it published as soon as possible.
***** B L U R B *****
As if life couldn't get any more complicated, the radiator in my Jeep blew and left me stranded. The tow company is dealing with a wreck. And to top it off, my sister and family are losing it over her Christmas wedding.
On the plus side, the cute owner of the bar I'm stranded at has offered to give me a ride since I’m so close to my destination.
There's always been something about him that's lured me to him. Something mysterious about the place we grew up. This year, I just might find out what it is.
Up next, in February, a lot is happening. First on the docket is this HUGE vendor event in Kansas City, Missouri. There will be 200 attending authors, including myself. It's now double the size from when I last attended. To say I'm excited is an understatement. My family is coming with me though they are more excited for the Zoo (if they're open) and access to food, haha. I had books ordered, swag on the way (I made transparent stickers!) and I'm pretty much packed and ready to go. I'm going to have a lot of boxed sets available and some Large Print paperbacks of the western romances. If I can get Winter Luna finished, I will try to have some of that novella there too.
Then, after this event, I'm getting spayed on the 5th. I've always had issues with my lady bits. Especially after I had the Mirena IUD that caused A LOT of my issues. So I'm getting surgery to get the bits taken out.
Another book on the docket is Wicked Witch. I've been working on this Slow Burn Paranormal Romance for a while. Wicked Witch follows Hadley Birch who is sweet yet fearful of who she is. She knows exactly what she is, what she possess and it terrifies her more than she cares to admit. Keres, the Supreme of The Black Ash Coven wants her soul, because a witch's soul is the source of who she is, her power, her essence. Keres wants all that Hadley is and will stop at nothing to obtain it. Hadley is alone, on the run, and can pack one hell of a punch, yet her fear and distrust of everyone around her, might cause her downfall quicker than she can teleport herself from. And Brodie, a devilish vampire, wants her blood for a specific purpose... It's a race to see who can get Hadley first. And each option results in death.
Finally, I have taken several series wide. Meaning the books are offered on different platforms besides Amazon. The series are *** Castre Fantasy Romance - Zerelon Fantasy Romance *** and you can find them all here:
•••••••••• Books Available On:
• Apple Books
• Baker & Taylor
• Barnes & Noble
• Google Play
• Palace Marketplace