Life over the last year or so has been very busy, very crazy, and right now I’m in the middle of moving house, BUT, yessss! my book, Broken Sun, is slated for release through Dreamspinner Press in a month’s time, on the 13th of November. It’s a standalone, but part of the same biker universe that Happy Birthday occupies.
Here’s the Dreamspinner link to Broken Sun if you want to have an early look, or check it out on Goodreads here.
If you want to take a peek at the cover, read the blurb, click on those links. That said, it feels kind of early to be doing a cover reveal right here! I’ll be posting more about it closer to the release date. Along with all manner of info about the story and the guys themselves.
I’ll post something for Halloween, too, but in the meantime, here’s the incredible, wondrous, Nina Simone.
Civilisations could rise and fall in the space between my blog posts, which actually seems quite the challenge… In the meantime, Versailles (if you’ve never watched it, DO) is playing, the Chevalier is being magnificently snarky with Madame de Montespan (he gets so many of the best lines!), and I’m taking time off from writing about a sexy artist, a hot Australian summer, and the man he’s determined to win over. Yeah, hot artist guy may have been a player once, but no more. There’s wine, great cooking, great painting, and great… you get where I’m going. It’s amazing how great food and great sex go so well together 😉
I love these two guys and the writing’s going very well, so here’s to turning the corner in what has not been a picnic of a year. That’s an understatement.
I am a total documentary junkie—I probably watch more doco’s than I do TV shows or film, and this one is brilliant, and about an artist I truly admire. Jean Michel Basquiat left the planet far, far too young, but left behind an incredible body of work.
Watch and enjoy.