Whew, one less thing to worry about. Onward.
For those of you who are asking about it. "Web Of Bones" will be out for Smashwords and the Nook this week.
Next week Claiming Her will be out in print form. I know, I know, "Loving Her" is still not out in print, and as weird as it is to have the first and third of a series in print but not the 2nd, we will have to persevere. "Loving Her" still needs a professional edit before I put it down in permanent ink form. Still hoping to get that taken care of this year however. We will see.
"Salvage Rights" is my next big project. I started this book years ago and had it in my file marked "snippets" ever since. It was a lovely day dream at the time. In fact I have a few starts for books in my "snippets" folder. That was actually where "At One's Pleasure" originated from, and "The Dragon Mage" languished there for a while too, come to that. Started both those books long before I wrote Keeping Her. Just a little trivia. Anyway- Dannika is one of my favorite characters, totally different from Nori, but in her own way she kicks ass. Figuratively, if not literally.
I have also decided to put a few more upcoming books in the coming soon file. I will have some new excerpts for you to see. Not Craving Her or Fire the Blood yet so don't get too excited. I am writing both of those after "Salvage Rights," but I have a few other things in the works for after those come out and I thought you might like a taste. So keep a look out on my website this week and you will see something new. Of course then you have to wait for the book to come up in the line up, but speaking from my own experience. I love excerpts, even if I have to wait for the rest.
As always I like to give the book release news at the end of my blogs, so here it is:
"Salvage Rights" September/October
"Fire The Blood" Christmas time
"Craving Her" January/February
"The Collector" (questionable title for the next Distant Worlds book.) Around April I should think.
These times are of course tentative and subject to multiple changes for no apparent reason, but you get the idea.