It’s five days into March, so I am a little late with this update. To say things have been busy would be an understatement. First, copy edits for The Cowboy’s Amish Haven came in, and I was busy fixing and returning the file. And then the great Texas freeze hit. I was lucky enough to be on the edge of the state that wasn’t affected by the outages. And while we managed to keep heat and electric, I lost water for 4 days and a few pipes burst in the cold, so getting all that repaired took some time. All in all, I am grateful we got through it will as little damage as we did, though I will be quaking a bit when I open the propane bill.
As for February, it wasn’t the best month. In the wake of my accident, I find I am still struggling with depression. I just can’t seem to pull everything back to normal. I am hoping this phase will pass, as I should be working on a new book now that my Love Inspired Debut is heading toward the finish line and will be released in late August. Don’t get me wrong. I have a lot of blessings in my life and I am thankful every day I have a home, a job and the ability to get by in this world when others are struggling. I do my best to help where I can when I see the need. But sometimes I just can’t shake that dark cloud in my head and it often gets the better of me. I’m trying, though, and hope that March will bring brighter, warmer days as we head toward spring.
That’s about all to tell. Hoping you all stay well and warm. And keep on reading!
Just a quick note to let you all know the rights to Darkness Descending have been returned to me. I will be re-formatting and re-uploading the file for print and eBook shortly.
Thanks for your patience. I will also post an update for March, letting you all know what’s been going on with my other pen name, Pamela Desmond Wright, and my forthcoming Harlequin title, The Cowboy’s Amish Haven.
Welcome to 2021. Lots of changes here, as I get back into the swing of being a writer again. As some of you may not know, I am now writing for Harlequin’s Love Inspired imprint, under the name of Pamela Desmond Wright. In Dec 2020, my agent placed one of my Amish titles, The Cowboy’s Amish Bride (now titled The Cowboy’s Amish Haven), which will debut in September 2021. I know that those of you who are used to my dark gothics and other paranormal romances will be scratching your heads as to why I took the plunge into sweet romance. The answer is simple. It is the direction I was led to write in, and so I wrote it. When I started the project, I had no idea where it would take me. I just felt a need to follow it and see where the path led.
So, it’s official. I’m back in action as an active author. I’m hoping my readers will join me as I start this new journey as a Harlequin author. I’ll be posting updates, so join me on FB and Twitter for the latest.
Take care and stay warm.