As I start to write this, there is precisely seven hours and fifty-five minutes left before 2020 arrives. As are many, I’m reflecting on the year that was, and the year that is to be.
As it has been for many others, 2019 has been an absolute roller-coaster for me, personally and as a writer. I have tried to keep up blogging, but unfortunately with all the life upheavals, it has been inconsistent, for which I apologize. I want to take this opportunity to sincerely thank everyone that has joined me on my writing journey, and stuck with me through all of the highs and lows along the way. I am sorry for the inconsistency in publishing new releases and new blog content, and in the availability of my books. Like 2019, my writing and publishing journey has certainly been a roller-coaster ride.
I thought I’d take this opportunity, on the verge of New Years, to give you an update on my writing and publishing activities.
My overall goal for 2020 is to get all my previously published books into distribution again, through IngramSpark and other online publishing tools (NOT Kindle Direct Publishing).
Here’s a breakdown of the progress of each project:
The Wilted Rose will be re-published worldwide in paperback and e-book formats. I am currently awaiting to begin a new cover design, and once this is done the book will be ready to be published.
The New Neighbors short story collection is currently under review and will be re-published in paperback and e-book worldwide with a whole new theme.
Paid To Dance Series will be revised and re-published in paperback and e-book formats.
Grave Bargains (Short Story): To be re-published individually as an e-book, and as part of a new supernatural short story collection, in paperback and e-book.
I will also have some NEW projects in the pipeline:
- Wander Woman- a collection of short stories about women who have traveled off the beaten track.
- New supernatural-themed short story collection
- Irish psychological suspense novellas.
I hope you have found much writing inspiration from this blog throughout 2019, and I will endeavour to keep you inspired throughout 2020.
I would love to hear your goals for the New Year- writing or otherwise. COMMENT your goals for 2020!