I’m finishing up the first entry of Bound right now. It’s looking like it’ll be just under 20,000 words. I don’t wanna go back and pad it with unnecessary fluff, so it’ll probably clock in at 19.5k. I’m going to read through it tomorrow, then it’s getting reviewed by a proofreader, and then *drumroll* a second proofreader!!! I’m in the major leagues now! All in all, I’m very happy with where this story is going, and I think most of you are really going to enjoy it as well. I’m going to make an effort to tighten up the next … Read the rest »
Many young and fanciful women speak of love at first sight, but it was simply not that way for me. From the moment I laid eyes on him, all I knew was that he would be nothing but trouble for me.
It was at least a day—when we were finally alone—that I dared to press my lips to him for the first time. It was then that I began to fall in love with my son.
Marie du Luponte, 1931
An excerpt from Wolves of the Cordilleras
I can’t believe that Claimed is finally coming to an end. Part Six will be the final installment and probably novella in length, so I’m going to have a very aggressive writing schedule over the next two weeks to ensure it is released on time. I’m confident it will be a satisfying conclusion, but also bittersweet, as I, and I hope many readers, have grown very attached to the characters. I could honestly come up with several more novelettes of Mila, Asch, and Caim, but I’d hate to drag it out unnecessarily when I can give readers solid closure and … Read the rest »
Excerpt from Chapter Three
“Do you want to be a father?”
It had occurred to her that while she knew Asch was eager to be a parent, she’d never asked Caim’s feelings on the matter. If she were pregnant, there was just as much of a chance that the baby would be Caim’s.
He returned her gaze, his own eyes heavy-lidded. “It will be something to do.”
Mila made a face. “Something to do? It’s a huge responsibility.”
Caim gave a half-hearted shrug. “I have been responsible for the well-being of others for most of my life. I doubt it … Read the rest »