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Preparing For The Next New Release

The problem with pledging to release a new book every three months is that you have to release a new book every three months.

If you’ve been following my author journey, you’ll know that the series I’m currently writing, The Rogue Valkyrie series, is the first series with which I took my author career seriously. This meant doing things very differently to how I used to, and trying to keep up with other indies was a top priority when I started this series. Therefore, four books a year, minimum.

I’m used to the release process enough now to feel far more relaxed in the run-up to a book coming out. But the rush to finish the next book, plus planning the one after, can create a bit of a fluster.

On top of the series, I have just finished the prequel to The Rogue Valkyrie series, which is a novella called Blood & Shadows.

Blood & Shadows follows Nate in London in 1893, long before he meets Rowan, when his primary concerns revolved almost entirely around his cousin Josiah, who intends to make his eternal life a misery. You can get a free copy of this novella by signing up to my newsletter at this link!

Getting this prequel finished has slowed things down a little, but it’s been great to get stuck into a new project for a bit of variety. Now it’s finished, I can focus on the Valkyrie Betrayed release. By the way, if you haven’t pre-ordered your copy yet, there’s still time. Grab it at this link so you can get your copy sent straight to you on release day!

Needless to say, I need a holiday, but I’m starting to enjoy the process more than worry about it, which is good news for my anxiety. Which also needs a holiday.

February 16th is the big day – two weeks away – and Valkyrie Betrayed begins a whole new story arc for Rowan and Nate. This change of pace doesn’t stop them getting into all sorts of trouble, though!

Thanks for reading! Grab your copy of Valkyrie Cursed available on Amazon and Kindle Unlimited here!

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