It’s been a little while since I’ve even thought about writing in my blog. There’s been a ton of things going on and doing life in the midst of a pandemic has turned out to make things seem even more frantic. Who else besides me feels like they are juggling twenty things at once? Anyone?
I know there are more than just a few of you out there that feel the same way.
We began this year with all four kids homeschooling. Every one is in virtual learning mode. I don’t mind them being at home, for the most part, but there are those times that I miss the solitude of writing in a quiet house. Those moments are few and far between nowadays.
I’m constantly needed. Which leaves very little time to delve into the worlds that I long to create.
However, and not to sound so doom and gloom, I have written the first book of my new series, Magnolia. It’s up for preorder, just click here for more info. (you like that little plug?)
I also did my first collaboration with the wonderful and talented author, M.L. Bullock. We released our first book together as part of a new series, Devecheaux Antiques and Haunted Things. If you like the t.v. show Haunted Collector you are gonna love this. The first book in the series is called, A Cup of Shadows and you can order it by clicking here. (another shameless plug) Writing with M.L. Bullock has been a wonderful experience and I just love the story and characters in the first book. Book two is in the works and trust me you’re gonna want to read that one too.
Back to the Magnolia series.
The first book , Magnolia Magic is a little different from The Hidden Curse Trilogy. It has a little more humor and was written for forty something year old women like me. I wanted to wander into the paranormal with just a twist of humor and thought why not throw in some fabulous forty experiences. Forties are not for the weak. There are humorous and tragic incidents that happen almost everyday. You have to laugh at yourself, otherwise you’d be in bed crying all day.
Happy fall y’all and make sure to grab you a good book or two, a pumpkin spice latte and a cozy blanket to make it through.