Life has been a bit tumultuous over the past few months. Anyway, I’m back and hopefully things will settle down and I’ll be able to get back into the swing – a la writing that is.
There’s a bit of news. The small publisher that my early medieval romances were with is closing its doors. This means that I’ll be getting the rights back. Some I will republish myself and there are a couple I want to rewrite. The Lords of Foxwoods Hall is the coupling of two novellas – Capturing Bliss and Seizing Heaven. I really loved these stories and it was always my intention to finish the series. I always thought that a magical betrothal ring which is handed down to each generation of the Reynard family was intriguing. So I’m toying with the idea of enlarging and rewriting the first two stories and then writing the next two instalments.
So goodbye Jupiter Garden Press and I’ll always be grateful for you picking up my very first novella – The Trinket Seller’s Daughter.
In other news, Hartley’s Grange which is the second book in the Violet Falls series is doing well and become an Australian bestseller (which is absolutely wonderful and I’m so happy that people think Flynn Hartley is as yummy as I do!). So if you’re tempted to while away a few hours with a sexy grazier, I hope you’ll give Hartley’s Grange a go.