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May 29, 2017 at 11:20 AM UTC

Omg, when I started reading your series, I automatically fell in love! When Ending came out I was so ecstatic I was squealing… I was so worried throughout the whole book on how you were going to end it, but I am thoroughly satisfied that it ended perfectly with a nice red bow! I was tearing up when reading Sir Ectors letter but smiling the whole time. Thank you for writing this amazing series, I can’t wait for your future work!


June 01, 2017 at 07:59 PM UTC

I’m glad you enjoyed it! 🙂 I was a little nervous about Endings–particularly because I wanted a happy ending that still felt realistic. I feel like the last book of a series is usually the hardest to nail because yes, everything needs to be tied up, but also because you’re essentially saying farewell to some meaningful characters, so I can’t tell you how happy I am to hear that you liked it.

Faith Brock

April 03, 2017 at 01:11 AM UTC

My heart is crying with joy; Endings is amazing! And I couldn’t stop smiling as I read Date Night! Thank you so much for writing this series; you have served as a great inspiration for me in writing clean, beautifully written historical fiction and romantic fiction! I can’t wait for your next book to come out and I know that I will eagerly await its arrival! 🙂


April 03, 2017 at 09:07 PM UTC

😀 I’m glad you enjoyed Endings and Date Night! I sweated over Endings quite a bit–I always want my books to be entertaining, but as it was the last book in the series I wanted it to have some extra oomph! And I wish you luck in your own writing–the world can always use more fun, clean stories! 😉


April 01, 2017 at 05:34 AM UTC

I cried too. But I loved it. <3


April 03, 2017 at 09:08 PM UTC

Awww, I’m so glad! 😀

Es Irene

March 28, 2017 at 03:10 AM UTC

I loved Ending so much! I’ll admit…I cried during the whole ending. And at first I was maybe a tad angry, but then of course the huge surprise at the end! I was so glad Mordred wasn’t actually evil (whole lot of suspense there for me). Overall, it was a great way to end the series! Fantastic job!


March 29, 2017 at 07:35 PM UTC

Hahah! I was actually thinking about releasing a warning of “JUST KEEP READING, I PROMISE!!” but I decided that warning in-itself might be a spoiler, and I really wanted everyone to experience the ending blindly. (Muwhahah!) 🙂 But thank you for reading, I’m so glad you found it a good way to close the story out.


March 28, 2017 at 12:56 AM UTC

Ohmygosh!! I can sooooo feel the love, and it’s just so perfect and cute and lovely and I know I’m blabbering but I adored it from word one to the end! I actually hadn’t thought of a proposal and the surprise made it all the more enjoyable. I really think that Merlin, more than any other character besides Lancelot, matured a lot during the course of story, and this is just the right way to show how much loving Britt changed him, because in the first book you couldn’t actually imagine him proposing to anyone other than Britain itself. With this last book and freebie he conquered me for good. Gibberish aside, I really think he is one of the best characters you ever gave life to, and Britt and Merlin’s love story will always have a place in my heart. Thank you.


March 29, 2017 at 07:34 PM UTC

😀 I’m glad you enjoyed the extra! I really loved writing it because it gave me a chance to slip in some more Britt-Merlin banter, which I didn’t get a chance to really expound on in the book.
Anyway! I’m glad you like Merlin so much. He was a bit of an unusual male character for me because I don’t usually design male heroes (who will end up with the main heroine) that need to grow. I didn’t really know how to make him mature, so in the end I basically pounded the snot out of him and watched what happened. 😉


March 28, 2017 at 06:29 AM UTC

Yeeess that is so true! I love how all the other champions are so deep. 😊I love that comment about proposing to Britain, so true.


March 29, 2017 at 07:36 PM UTC

It is SUPER fun for me to see how Champions else muses over stuff as well. I personally obsess over my characters, but also over other books, so it’s always so fun to know I’m not alone in it! 🙂


March 27, 2017 at 09:45 PM UTC

Awww! I love Britt and Merlin and all of them, and it was so sad to see the series end. I actually cried a little bit at Sir Ector’s letter to her. I’m glad that you aren’t going to jeopardize the quality of the series with more, but I want more anyways. 😥😊 I’m actually rereading it, because it was so good, and I did pick up on a couple of hints in there. YOU ARE SOO GENIUS! I said this in my review, but I had a whole other ending planned for you, but I was pleasantly surprised with the ending. I was a little sad Britt didn’t get to watch her knights grow up more, though. Thanks for making the series so fantastic!


March 29, 2017 at 07:30 PM UTC

Ahahah, I bawled when writing Sir Ector’s letter. My dog was so upset she kept trying to climb into my lap–and she is not small!

I’m glad you enjoyed the ending! The legend of Arthur is really a tragedy, so before I wrote book one I spent weeks trying to figure out how I could stay true to the original and keep a happy ending. (Because I will ALWAYS have happy endings!!) Thanks for reading it–I hope you enjoy the re-read as well!

The End of a Series

Wow, Champions! You are amazing, and you’ve unlocked the final King Arthurs freebie: Date Night. (You actually unlocked it yesterday, but I try to spend my Sundays off my computer, so its release was delayed until today.) It’s a nine page short story that ties up some loose ends with Britt and the Knights who live in modern times. You guys were so speedy Editor #1 hasn’t yet had a chance to look at it, so there might be some editing errors in it right now, but later this week I’ll replace it with the edited version. I hope you guys enjoy it!

Moving on! With the release of Endings, this brings one of my first major series to a close. It’s a bittersweet feeling, but I’m happy with the series, and I’m particularly happy with how it ended.

I first wrote King Arthurs as part of a Champion vote waaaaay back in 2013. I had asked what to write next, and Britt and her boys won the poll. King Arthurs was also a bit of an experiment for me as it gave me the chance to try out 99 cent books. (King Arthurs, with all its Arthurian lore, is naturally already episodic, so it was the perfect fit for novella books.) It took me about four years to complete the series, and the books add up to over 280,000 words total.

I want to give a big shout-out thank you to all of the King Arthurs Champions. Your loyalty to the series is what kept me going. Over the past few days I’ve received some touching messages, and I’m so honored these books had such a positive impact on people. I’m also so glad Britt and the Knights of the Round Table were able to entertain you, and I hope you find their final story a fitting end.

There’s been a couple of questions about the series I thought I would address here, so everyone can be on the same page.

Question: Will the King Arthurs books ever be available in paperback? Answer: Yes! I’m waiting on a piece of software to become available that will make the formatting process easier. It should launch sometime this summer, so you should see the paperbacks pop out later this year.

Question: Is there going to be a spin-off series? Answer: Sadly, no. One of the hard parts about being an author is to know when to close out a series. I’ve read too many series in which the books drag on just because its popular, and the stories have lost the sparkle of the first few books. I never want that to happen to my work. Britt, Merlin, and the knights are all in a good place now, and as sad as it is, Endings is the last book I’ll ever write about them.

Question: Is the end of King Arthurs the finale you had planned all along? Answer: Yes! If you read the series, you’ll notice I have a few seeds planted that hint to the big reveals in Endings. We’ll talk a bit more about why I went with the ending that I chose in an upcoming post, but I want to give everyone a few more days to read it so it’s not too spoilerific.

That’s all for today, Champions! Thanks for reading, and thank you for supporting Britt in her journey as King Arthur.

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