Being flexible

For inquiring minds who want to know; I’m working through yet another revision of Christian’s story, book three in the Rogue Hearts Series and my newest Sweet Regency Historical Romance.  There have been three major plot changes since I wrote the first draft over two years ago. Christian’s story has been much tougher than Jared’s to write. I’m not sure why. In fact, it’s been harder than that last three titles I wrote. Maybe I got lazy and didn’t think it through as much as I should have before I began. Maybe Christian is just too private a person to really let me inside his head.

The working title of Christian’s story is  A PERFECT SECRET, which may or may not remain now that my editor and I have changed yet another major part of the plot.

Flexibility has been the name of the game. I have almost burned this thing so many times! But my editor and critique partners assure me it’s a story worth telling, so I’m trying to be humble enough to consider their well-meaning and spot-0n advice so this can be the best story possible, and hopefully my best novel yet.

I am working on what I trust is really the last major revision and hope to complete it soon.  Then the detailed editing begins. Print date will be determined by my publisher. And we all know how speedy the world of publishing is 🙂

Thanks for your patience and I hope to have news for you soon. I also hope it will be worth the wait.

3 thoughts on “Being flexible

  1. Celeste says:

    Don’t you dare burn it!!! I have been waiting too many years for the rest of the stories.

  2. Janella says:

    I just recently read The Guise of a Gentleman. I enjoyed it and am truly eager to read about the other brothers.

  3. Debbie says:

    Your books are always worth the wait!! Good luck!!

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