I’m starting new things! Of course, that means multiple projects in the works until one grabs some traction. Here are a few naughty lines I wrote to open the sequel to my September release, Going Deep. This one is called Flip This Love.
“That’s it, suck, Sugar.”
The tips of his fingers dug into the valley of her spine. Her nipples puckered. A thin stream of hot moisture escaped the corner of her mouth and trickled down her chin.
“Oh yeah. Suck harder.”
Fingers tangled in her hair and tugged lightly, a tiny jolt that sent a lightning bolt of white-hot desire streaking straight through her. She dropped the empty crawfish shell to the sheet of butcher paper in front of her and stared up at Harley Cade slack-jawed as he dropped into the chair next to hers.
Hee! Welcome to Mardi Gras in Mobile. Who’s up for a little friendly banter at the annual crawfish boil? That’s all I have this week. I appreciate you stopping by to read. Be sure to check out all of my fellow Weekend Writing Warriors!
I’m kicking a couple out of the nest!
Once again, ladies and germs, I am on submission. Gird your loins.
I emailed the manuscript for Bossy Pants (sequel to Three Little Words) to my editor just minutes ago. Now, I have to polish my proposal package for Full Court Press and send it out (on request!) this week as well.
Sending fresh manuscripts out into the world is always nerve-racking. What’s an author to do while she waits? Well, there’s usually a little binge snacking, a lot of hand-wringing, multiple neurotic emails to the critique partner, and then I move on to the final solution…start something new.
Last week, I pitched a few ideas your way and you were kind enough to give me your feedback. Book one in the Hooligans series will be the next full-length manuscript I write, and I am super-excited to tackle Rory and Mary Pat’s story.
But first, I have a couple of chances to pitch/propose other works if I can pull together outlines before the deadlines. So yeah, I’m going to be scrambling for the next couple of weeks. But there are worse problems than too many opportunities, right?
How about you? Do you have multiple projects going in your life? How do you decide which ones get attention first?
Well, will you look at that…March. Huh. Guess I should stop feeling so smug abut having all my February posts done. I’m in the middle of prepping two manuscripts for submission. Eep! Here are 8 lines from Bossy Pants – the sequel to Three Little Words.
The implication hurt more than he wanted to let on. They’d spent over a week practically living in each other’s pockets and she still believed the gossip more than she believed in him. In them. “I’ve never said anything like that to any woman,” he replied, keeping his tone as even as possible. “I told you before, I believe this is Fate. You are my Fate.”
“I told you already, I believe we make our own Fate.”
“Then I’m asking you to choose me. Make me your fate.”
That’s it from me this week. I hope to wrap up work on both Bossy Pants and Full Court Press this week, so hopefully I’ll have fresh new words on a brand new project in weeks to come!
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