On April 1, Simon & Schuster shut down their Crimson Romance line. This was a blow to myself and many of my fellow Crimson authors.
While all my titles remain with the company for now, my writing career still needs to move forward. In the pipeline is a novella entitled, Keep Dancing. Zoe has annoying twitch in her left pinkie. Is it just nerves or something more serious? How will it affect her budding relationship with Ben, a fellow high-school teacher in a small Montana town?
Look for Keep Dancing in May. I’ll be publishing it through my self-publishing imprint, Mountain Vines Publishing.
Next up will be working on a new series. A young woman owns a travel and tour group in New York City, and the economy has hit her business badly. Rescue shows up in the form of an investment banker from Paris, but will his payment terms be too high?
You’ll have to wait and see.
I have plans for a few more re-releases and