It’s been a long time since I blogged. But time seems to have lost all meaning this year anyway. Sigh. The day job has intruded greatly into my writing time, mostly because I’ve had to put all my classes online. Just getting a class set up takes about 150 hours of work.
Nevertheless, my writing hasn’t halted completely. I wanted to give you a quick preview of what to expect in the next several months.
The Solstice Kings, a holiday novella, releases October 6 and is available for preorder now. It’s a fairly quirky tale, but then maybe that doesn’t surprise you coming from me.
In November we’ll have book 7 in the Bureau series, Caroled. A holiday story! We get to revisit Charles Grimes and Tenrael for this one, which is set in San Francisco in 1942.
On December 29, Teddy Spenser Isn’t Looking for Love will release from Carina Press. This one is a light rom-com packed with some of my favorite tropes (Oh no! There’s only one bed!). It was a lot of fun to write. I don’t have the cover art yet, but you can preorder! It’ll be available in ebook, print, and audio editions.
Then in February I’ll be releasing a novella as part of the Magic Emporium series–a shared universe in which a bunch of authors each contribute a story in which the same magic shop makes an appearance. Mine is called The Muffin Man and is the result of a particularly bizarre plot bunny.
I also have some audiobooks on the way. ACX is really, really dragging its heels, which means I can’t give you even approximate release dates. However, The Bureau: Volume 2 should be out any day now, and Conned will be out in late autumn or early winter. Both are narrated by the amazing Joel Leslie.
See? I told you I’ve been busy! I hope you’ve been staying well despite these uncertain times.