I am proud to announce that Never Cross A Warlock is available for preorders on Smashwords. This is the final ebook novelette in the Beware of Warlocks series. It will be officially released on March 25, 2015. Here is the blurb, drum roll please:
Can two warlocks be too many?
Yes, if one happens to be your ex-husband trying to kill you for a witch divorce.
The other, a sexy Aussie that makes you forget all the rest.
That’s Catherine Bank’s warlock problem. She will have to choose between the two of them. Will she marry either, or end it all in a spell battle that will bring Las Vegas to its knees. Only time will tell. No one knows the mind of a witch better than herself. Unless of course, she falls in love.
I am so happy to see the completion of the series. Why? The series was almost not finished. In December 2014, I got acute pneumonia, and I went Code Blue in the hospital. I then went into septic shock. I was sedated for a week while my body fought off the infection. Yup. Needles into the lungs to drain them too. Like I said, it was bad. I’m happy to still be alive.
The road has been long coming back from this. They discovered a large blood clot in my heart too. So, I’ve been on medical leave from the day job all this time on meds. to shrink the blood clot. I’m wearing a life vest, or wearable defibrillator, in case my heart decides to react to the blood clot. It’s going to take 3-5 months for it to hopefully break down. I’ve gone through 2 months so far.
So, one of the things in the hospital I promised myself to do when I got out was to finish Never Cross A Warlock. So, happily, it is done and up for pre-orders on Smashwords right now.
It feels good to reach this goal. It’s the biggest sense of accomplishment since starting this romance writing journey. I woke up in the hospital feeling I had to come back to keep writing. I still have more to do, like get my strength back, walk without the walker, and drive again. But for now, this will do as a mile stone to keep me going. So, thank you to all of the followers on the blog. Your advice is always invaluable, and keeps me going. I’m glad to be here writing, self-publishing, totally still alive and kicking.