I've been busy this fall. First, I had to deal with Hurricane Harvey. That was a mess. I had several feet of water in my shop in Galveston and decided to abandon the Strand for good. Now I'm in a nice little shop on Market Street (Market 25 ABC) and a big one in Alvin (Alvin Antique Mall on Hwy 35). I hated to leave the corner where I'd been for the past seventeen years, but it kept flooding and I couldn't keep losing inventory.
Then there was the water in my house. Not much, just enough to get my rugs wet. Luckily I have tile throughout the house because of previous floods. So I sent the rugs out to be cleaned. I just got them back the day after Thanksgiving and my house is almost in order again.
I did finish writing the first romantic suspense in my new Texas trilogy set in Austin, TEXAS LIGHTNING. I had fun with this Lone Star read, giving King Sanders his happily ever after. Did you read TEXAS FIRE? Megan Calhoun dumped this billionaire rancher. I felt sorry for him because he was basically a nice guy and hot! So he had to come back and find his own true love. But there's a woman who will challenge him and trouble brewing. I can't wait for you to read it. Watch for it next November, 2018.
So what's the big news? I've almost done with REAL VAMPIRES: WHEN GLORY MET GERRY, the prequel that tells the story of how Gloriana St. Clair met vampire Jeremiah Campbell way back in 1604 London. Oh, but I am happy to be writing about vampires again. I love mysteries and my vamps so there's lots of steamy stuff for this couple and danger! Buckle up, Glory fans. No date yet, but I'm working hard.