I’m sending the fifth book in the Fire and Ice series to the formatter next week which means it will be available by mid-month. My editor has the sixth and final one which I hope to publish by mid-January. For as much as I wanted them all out by Christmas, it looks like that was just a wishful dream.
There’s so much involved with the process. Once I finish writing, it goes to my line editor, then I have to make the changes, which usually consists of adding or taking away commas, the bane of my existence. Once that’s been done, it’s off to the formatter so it can be prepared for both eBook and print mediums. Next step is downloading to Amazon and the other venues that are willing to sell self-published works. It always takes longer than I anticipate, especially the re-writing phase. If I’m already engrossed in another story, I seem to procrastinate my time as revision agent.
Now that the Fire and Ice series is near completion, I’ve returned to my Scalera family stories, with Tony and Dennis the last two family members in need of attention. I never meant to break the flow of that one but I was side-tracked by my love of Woodley and Fisher.
Please be on the lookout for Tendrils of Ice. I’ll be announcing the publication date as soon as I know what it will be.
Arianna Woodley was finally off the campaign trail and returning to her law firm, where she swore, she’d spend the remainder of her days. It was where she could live and breathe. It was also where her friends were.
But when Evan Cox her former opponent and former husband began a campaign of a different sort, one for her heart, she was stunned to the core. He’d left her decades ago, in the midst of a crisis. He was now claiming he’d never intended to leave for good, thought they’d needed time away from each other to sort things out. He thought it was way past time to re-write their ending.
Could she risk her heart again and go for the happily-ever-after he was promising?