So, Second Chance is out, hopefully if you want it, you’ve got it or you’re soon going to get it, Penny’s First Time audiobook is out, and we’re almost finished with one of our recaps. So what now?
Fear not for my momentum, for it is still building, my friends. Let’s talk about my next steps:
What happens after Apolonia? Nothing. In the interest of concentrating on Grey and Buffy, I won’t be picking up a recap to fill the aching void Apolonia will leave in our hearts.
Since you’re done writing Neil and Sophie, what’s your next book? Glad you asked! I’m not done with Neil and Sophie at all. In fact, my next project is more of them. The One Night Stand is a prequel novella about the first time Neil and Sophie met, and you can look for that late summer/early fall.
And after that it’s Ian and Penny again, right? Not as such. Winter of 2017 is going to be my most ambitious project yet. Say Goodbye To Hollywood is a stand-alone novel, totally unconnected to any of my current series. The heroine is a screenwriter adapting a blockbuster erotic novel, while also Domming the film’s producer and clashing with the writer of the book, a midwestern housewife-turned-diva who’s obsessed with preserving her masterpiece. It’s a sex/satire combo, and I’m going to have a really fun time writing it.
So, wait, when do we get Emir’s book? Emir’s book was supposed to come out in 2016, and I promised you all that it would. But there were elements of the plotting that weren’t clicking, so I’m going to let it slow-cook a little bit. I don’t want to rush something that I ultimately think will be a really satisfying book for fans of the Boss series.
Aside from that, I’ve still got all sorts of fun writer stuff happening behind the scenes, like two collaborations I’m just dying to reveal (but can’t yet) and of course continuing the quality nonsense you’ve all come to expect from this blog.