Happy Holidays! Onward and Upward

So much has happened in 2014 that it is a bit bittersweet to see it close. So much in my writing world has been accomplished. Some of those celebratory moments weren't planned, but were opportunities that I stepped up and grabbed, while, for other milestones, they were part of my goal plans.

For The Readers in 2014

  • Into The Pride was my first foray in urban fantasy, which earned an Evernight Reader's Choice award. 

  • One of A Kind (1st book of Meadows Family), published with Kimani Romance, featuring four cousins and their bid to be independent and finding love on their own terms.

  • Part of the Executive Assistant anthology, as Michelle Rhys, an erotic romance set in the corporate boardroom.

  • Carnival Temptress, part of the Revelers series, on my self-pub platform.

  • Part of the free Tiny Treats Holiday micro reads with A Holiday Miracle.

  • Read and recommended over 150 books for the USA Today Happy Ever Blog


Behind the scenes:


  • Finished writing two out of three novellas for Boroughs Publishing
  • Participated in NaNo with a 50K word (rough draft) book completed
  • Jotting down ideas, collecting several research books for big project.


And what does 2015 bring?

So far it will be...

  • On self-pub platform: Something To Hold, Making Promises, Island Rendezvous (backlist from BET Arabesque books by end of January)

  • One To Love (March), which is the 2nd book of the Meadows family series.

  • Two of three novellas from Boroughs Publishing to hit digital shelves. Release date to be announced.

  • Participating in St. Patrick's Day Tiny Treats Holiday Collection.

  • Participating in 12 Alphas/ 12 Months multi-author box set (July); sequels to my story will be in separate box set in September

  • Participating in Bad Boys on Vacation multi-author box set (July); sequels to story will be in separate box set in September
I look forward to continuing reading and recommending books for USA Today Happy Ever After Book club. And you can be sure that I'm also working on a variety of projects, behind the scenes. Thank you for your support. Feel free to join my newsletter email list to keep updated with my busy schedule.

All the best,


Michelle

Comments

  1. I just found out about the passing of one of my friends, Monica Harris Mindolovich. I met Monica in camp and spent many summers getting to know her. We went to different high school, but still had contact until after college. I had been searching for her for years, but there are so many people named Monica Harris! I enjoyed reading the article/obituary that you wrote about her and just wanted to say ‘thank you’. She was such a beautiful woman inside and out and it sounded like she had a good friend in you.
    Jemir Williams

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