Progress and decisions
Good news – Amazon apparently got enough “lower price elsewhere” clicks to discount And to All a Good Night to free. So now it’s available for download from them at no charge as well. The Aliveness Project will get over $50 out of the deal and no more buyer’s regret for those who see it free elsewhere. So that worked!
A generous on-line friend has also posted my short story Like the Taste of Summer on All Romance Ebooks as a free download. So if anyone prefers to get it that way rather than read it on my website, it is now available. Thank-you Sara Winters!
I’ve just had another short story accepted at MLR for one of their Christmas anthologies. I’m also in the process of contracting with Samhain Publishing for a stand-alone mystery/romance. My next release will probably an MLR short titled “Full Circle”. It’s not a HEA-type romance story, but there is love and romance and an ending that is quietly happy and I hope readers will like it even if it’s not a classic romance story arc. Kudos to MLR for taking on this one and not demanding that I tack on a traditional ending. I hope to see it released within the month.
Right now my biggest tear-my-hair-out thing is trying to come up with titles. I need a title for the stand-alone book, and a series title for my werewolves. The first werewolf book, Unacceptable Risk, is at the point where I’m putting in the cover art request to MLR. But I have to have all the info first. Odd how much easier it is to write an entire novel than to come up with two or three apt words. I’ve been searching Goodreads and Amazon to make sure I don’t use someone else’s M/M title if I can avoid it, and trying the possibilities out on folks willing to listen. (Although if my husband makes one more bad pun, he’s gonna be out of the loop.) Today I’ll make a decision. Probably.
So good things are happening. And I’ll gladly do battle with the search for apt titles in exchange for having an audience for my work. I’ll let you know how it turns out.