2019 WILL BE AWESOME!!!
Do you make New Year’s Resolutions? I don’t. They’re too easily made during a time when I’m looking forward to starting anew with a clean slate and a good attitude.
Then LIFE happens again.
Am I right?
For 2019, I have GOALS I want to achieve. I will achieve.
First, I have a three-book series planned that’s a spin-off of Steele Security. Nick Tucker, Silas Steele, and Roman Scott will each get his own book in the CROSSING LINES series. I can’t wait to bring you their stories!
Secondly, I’m stepping out of the romantic suspense genre for a bit later in the year with a YA/NA fantasy series. This is a storyline that has been in my head for over a year and won’t go away. So, these characters will get their turn in 2019! Also, depending on available time, I may have a couple other single-title releases. 🙂
And lastly, I have personal goals to meet. I want more than just weight loss–I want to be fit and stronger. Healthy is the name of the game, so my gym membership is active and ready for use! Plus, I’ve wanted to do the Disney marathon for the last few years, so I’m thinking January 2020 is as good a time as any!
Thank you for all your support in 2018 and before. I hope you stick with me in 2019 and enjoy the stories to come. Regardless, I wish you all the best and hope you have a fantastic new year!
LOTS OF LOVE,
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