It’s been a tumultuous last few weeks on almost all fronts for me. The major thing was that I moved. Just within Brooklyn, but even moving from one apartment to another 1.5 miles away is one of the most stressful things I’ve had to do in a good long while. I’m settling in at the new place pretty well, although it’s still Box City because I’ve had very little time for unpacking.
The bad news: because of this and a zillion other little things going on in my life at the moment, I had to cancel my trip to San Diego for the Romance Writers of America conference. It nearly killed me to cancel; I love that conference and am sad and disappointed to miss it. But there’s always next year!
The good news: I have 2 books coming out in July.
So here’s what’s going on with me on the book front:
2. The category romance I wrote for Dreamspinner’s Dreamspun Desires Line, The Greek Tycoon’s Green Card Groom is going live on Friday. I bet you can guess what the book is about from the title; Archie’s business is failing and Ondrej wants to stay in the U.S., so Ondrej pays Archie a pile of money in exchange for a green card marriage. Then there are hijinks. You can pre-order it now: Dreamspinner | Amazon
3. At long last, The Boy Next Door is coming back into print. The new edition has been revised and re-edited and is also up for pre-order pretty much everywhere. That’ll be out on June 22. Lowell moves back to his hometown after a decade away and just happens to buy the house next door to his high school crush. Dreamspinner | Amazon
I also got word yesterday that a contemporary romance I’ve been shopping around for awhile may have a home, so stay tuned for more information on that.