Firstly thank you all so much for the outpouring of support I got for my post about the Cloverleah series – I love how you all understood where I was coming from regarding story threads that spanned more than one book so at the moment, I am going to continue as planned.
But this year will see the ending of another series and some new beginnings. The Stockton Wolves series will be ending after the final book, due out next month about the Captain and Nico. I know a lot of you were hoping for Brian to have his own book too, but as he is definitely straight and I don’t write M/F, that just isn’t possible. So we will be saying goodbye to those guys at the end of their next book. I may write a Christmas special about them later in the year if they keep nagging me about it – apparently Sin has some sexy ideas for gifts.
I am thrilled with the way Madison’s story (Get Over It) has been going and I am excited about that new spin off series – The God’s Made Me Do It. Yes, Poseidon will get his mate in this series and so will the sexy Lasse who you will see more in Madison’s story. Oh, and I have planned a sexy surprise for the end of Madison’s story – and know, it’s not an mpreg dream lol.
Another new series to watch out for will be the spin off from Bound and Bonded with Phillip and Kellan’s new “pack”. That series will include stories about Sebastian, Cain and Prism and of course, Farron. The first book in that series will be out in April.
Support for Ranger’s End Game, my shorter books written under the name Lee Oliver, seems to be going well. A number of you are asking me about Cam’s story and that will be out in March. Thank you all so much for your support and positive comments on that one 🙂
My mind seems to be teeming with new ideas – I am seriously considering an mpreg series and that could have a lot to do with the gorgeous pictures some of my readers have been sending me with cute little bear cubs and wolf pups, and for some reasons my mind’s been filled with dragons lately. But who knows – just watch this space.
What I did want to say is THANK YOU. Some of you have seen my posts on social media about piracy – that has a huge impact on my income and so many other authors I know. If I spent all my time trying to chase these criminals down, I wouldn’t have time to write. Writing is my sole income and without your generous support I would be homeless. I love what I do, but what I love more is your continued enthusiasm for the men who speak to me. Thank you 🙂