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Regina

July 15, 2014 at 09:48 AM UTC


I’m a king arthur fan all the way and timeless fairy tale fan

Izzy

June 25, 2014 at 07:18 PM UTC


Life reader is the first book that I read of yours, so wold love to read the sequel. I would also love to read the next king Arthur book, since I love king Arthur tales (thanks to my dad and his love of legends and Myth!) Good luck with whichever book you choose to write. 🙂

Jillee

June 20, 2014 at 05:32 PM UTC


Red Rope of Fate is my favorite; so please write another one like that. Also would love to see another King Arthur sequel or Timeless Fairy Tale

Lindsay

June 20, 2014 at 01:32 AM UTC


King Arthur then life reader please

Morgan Meyer

June 20, 2014 at 01:10 AM UTC


I feel like right now you have a lot of open series or follow up books that you should finish and wrap up before you complete and put forth new characters to us.

Lindsay

June 19, 2014 at 11:54 PM UTC


King Arthur ! King Arthur ! Although…. I will happily read whatever you publish. 🙂

Kelly Adams

June 19, 2014 at 07:04 AM UTC


I am in love with the life reader world so please, it’s sequel first the the books set in that world. Then please a book similar to Red Rope of Fate as I adored that book. Thanks for considering your readers opinions 🙂

Cat

June 19, 2014 at 05:50 AM UTC


Right now I would love to read another Life Reader book ad well as a King Arthur. After that I would love to read one similar to Red Rope of Fate books as it is one of my absolute favourites!

Katie Griffin

June 19, 2014 at 05:43 AM UTC


Oh please write another Life Reader book!!!! My second vote would be for another King Arthur!

Nicole

June 19, 2014 at 04:04 AM UTC


I agree with Chot, I think Hollywood Fails sounds pretty intriguing, however I am really enjoying the Timeless Fairy Tales series you have been writing. I was wondering if you thought about putting your own spin on Snow White or doing a lesser known story such as King Thrushbeard? I would be really interested to read your take on those stories.

Angela

June 19, 2014 at 03:47 AM UTC


Life Reader and then King Arthur is what I really want to read next. I want to know what happens next for Raven and Britt. It kind of drives me crazy if I don’t know how a beloved character’s story ends. I will continue to wait patiently for these books, and stalk your website for publication news/dates. 🙂

Chot

June 19, 2014 at 03:16 AM UTC


I would love to see a sequel to Life Reader or another King Arthur book next….but I find myself somewhat intrigued by the Hollywood Fails title. Perhaps you would consider dusting it off in the not to distant future?

Jennifer

June 19, 2014 at 02:48 AM UTC


It sounds like you just need to clone yourself. It will solve all your problems! 😉 lol Looking forward to whatever you get out.

Old Manuscripts

A lovely Champion named Debra emailed me a few days ago, and pointed out something in the second Robyn Hood book I forgot to fix long ago. Debra said:

… at the last of the second Robyn Hood book, there was mention of a book coming to kindle, “Hollywood Fails: Curse the Spotlight”. But – the Amazon search bar tells me there is no such thing, yet my math tells me there should be since the second book mentioned (Princess Ahira, or perhaps Red String of Fate?) is already released. So I’ve basically come to a conclusion that this book was scrapped.”

The answer is yes. And no. I have three or four finished manuscripts sitting in a folder on my computer. Hollywood Fails is one of those manuscripts. The problem is I finished these manuscripts roughly five or six years ago at a time where I was…not quite as knowledgeable and versed in writing as I am now. The plots and characters need a little shining, but the big hurdle is that I need to redo some structural points and writing rules that I did not follow when writing these.

Each book would take roughly a month to “refurbish,” so to speak, but I doubt I would send them to Editor, as Editor is occupied enough with what I consider the current flag-pole/main event: the Timeless Fairy Tales. Out of the “rejected-until-refurbished” manuscripts, I have an urban fantasy story and its sequel that are set in the same universe as Life Reader. (You actually see a bit of Raven, Asher, and Aron in the sequel.) I also have one modern setting chick flick about a girl who gets unwillingly yanked into Hollywood. (Hollywood Fails.) And to wrap it up, I have what might be considered an Epic Fantasy manuscript. (Think Red Rope of Fate.)

My question is this: How do you, Champions, want me to prioritize? Timeless Fairy Tales are important to me, and producing those falls into my number one slot–although technically the MBRC sequel is occupying that spot as I will begin writing it next week. But what comes after that? I will continue to release Timeless Fairy Tales, but I will go batty if I constantly throw myself into that world, so I would like to have non-Timeless Fairy Tale books lined up for production. Would you rather have a Life Reader sequel or the next King Arthur Book, or one of these “refurbished-‘n-fixed” manuscripts? (The nice side-effect of dusting off one of my old manuscripts is that the turn-around time should be significantly faster than the time it takes for me to write, edit, and release an entirely new book.)

Picking individual books depends a lot on my schedule, but I would like to know what you are all most passionate about. You can contact me via the contact me page, or leave your opinion in a comment to clue me in. As always, thank you for reading, Champions!

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