For the past few weeks, I have been working on the first draft of the second book in the Chaetdorian Mates Series. And, finally, I can say it is done. I am loving these hot marked alien males. I was really looking forward to writing Torq's story and I have to say he did not disappoint.
I plan to give him a rest for a while and get back to work on some of my more complete projects which will hopefully be published soon. But I'll be back to him soon enough to get his and Alice's story ready for all of you.
Keep an eye out for the cover reveal of Torq's Acceptance, which I hope to have finalised soon.
Tuesday, 5 January 2016
Corr's Forgiveness is the first novelette in a series I plan to write over the next year or so. The first you can expect to be available sometime this month, while the second is currently halfway through its first draft and I aim to have it ready for release sometime in April. To give you a little hint at what this series is about here is the prologue that will be featured at the beginning of each novelette. Enjoy...
Vampires are a myth, right? A story told to scare children - and the occasional adult - at night?
Well, not exactly.
Vampires are real, though, they are not exactly what you think they are. Do they drink blood? Yes. Are they allergic to sunlight? Yes. Do they live forever? Well, no actually. But they do live for a very long time. But the reasons for these are not because they are the undead. They are, in fact, very much alive. They’re just not from this planet.
You see, many centuries ago, the planet Chaetdor was destroyed and the survivors of that planet set out on a mission to find themselves a new home. Earth was never part of the plan. A primitive world with little technology and a sun that was harmful to the Chaetdorian body. When there was a fault with the ship, they had no choice but to land on the foreign planet and hope that they could fix the problem quickly so they could continue on their journey. That did not happen. The fault was worse than they had first thought and had caused them to crash during landing, seriously damaging their vessel. With the lack of technology on Earth at that time, they were stuck. They hid their craft and adapted with their new world in order to survive.
There were just two problems. One, they were highly sensitive to the earth's sun, meaning that they could only venture out at night. And two, in order to maintain a humanoid appearance they needed to consume human blood. Stories of large, handsome, pale men with fangs soon spread, and the myth of the vampire was born.
But now, it is time for them to leave…
Sunday, 3 January 2016
2015, while not one of many releases for me, was still a highly productive one. I wrote numerous books, plotted some great ideas for the future and re-edited all my current releases. And that was the main thing I wanted to get done... editing out the mistakes missed in my released work.
Well, 2016 is here and it's done. Almost. Right at this moment - or should I say in a few minutes once I have published this post - I am working on the final re-edit of Earth, the first book in the Elemental series. The new cover is done, which I hope to release very soon. I am hoping to have the manuscript ready in time to release sometime in February, or March at the latest. But before that, I expect to release my first Sci-Fi romance, the first novelette in the Chaetdorian Mates series. I hope that you will love these insanely hot aliens as much as I do.
There is plenty more planned for 2016 so keep checking back for more news on up and coming releases, and don't forget to follow me on Twitter and like my FB page.
Happy New Years!!