During 2018 I had seven books come out. The stories in the Saint Lakes series grew into full-length novels and the series storyline took a turn.
Jules might be one of the only humans amongst a house full of paranormal being, but they’re his family, and he’s not giving them up for two mates who left him at the hands of a monster. Jules Somerset has fought hard the past year to get his life on track after being kidnapped by an insane vampire. Since his rescue, he’s gained a family who loves him, has a job he’s good at, and has made friends with a lot of his fellow clansmen. He also holds a longing in his heart for two prejudiced jerks. Okay, to be fair, Hacen is the only one prejudiced. Tommy just goes along. Jules wants to be so over the whole mating thing already but can’t seem to stop wanting them both.
For fated mates, going from friends to lovers should be a smooth transition, but Ladon and Magnus have never had things easy.
At twenty years old, Ladon knows he’s too young to be Sain…
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mates come with very special packages. As the
oldest son of irresponsible, selfish parents, Craig doesn't remember the last
time he shifted into his turtle form and took a nice relaxing swim. He's far
too busy working two jobs and taking care of his six younger siblings. When
Craig's mate comes crashing into the diner kitchen, where he's a cook, his life
gets even more complicated. As the oldest vampire in
existence, Zadimus has spent a lot of his years alone and liked it. Zadimus
never thought his introverted nature would ever be a problem until he meets his
For the past six months, every word I type has been painful to pull out. It feels like I have an attention problem and that would explain quite a bit if only I'd had that issue all along.
I write a couple of sentences and that my mind wanders to the television program I have playing in the background or I scroll through facebook or twitter.
Some of you might be wondering why I'm watching television or on facebook while I'm writing anyway. Some of you might think it's a no-brainer just to shut them off while I'm working. The answer to your question is this: I dunno.
The minutes will fly by and before I know it, I'll have watched an entire episode of Oak Island or River Monsters. Or I'll know what's happening with every one of my facebook friends but I'll have two sentences on my current work in progress, which just so happens to be a Saint Lakes book. Saint Lakes is my most popular series by far and all my readers want the next book. Hell, I want th…