Monday, May 23, 2016

Spring Fever Has Past - Getting Back on Track!

I can't believe that May is nearly over and Memorial Day is just a week away. It seems the time goes faster and faster with each passing year. At least Mother Nature has finally caught up to the calendar and the weather is warming up. I look forward to the days when I can lounge in my pool and think up new story ideas.

But first I need to get those "old" to me story ideas published. Of course, I had the typical setbacks of any mother of a teenage girl this past month. The prom was on April 29, and if you've never done prom before, it's an experience like no other! I thought we were way ahead of the game when the dress was purchased in February with the shoes found the first week of March. But no matter how much prep is done early, the final week leading up to the prom is a trial. The prom was quickly followed by AP exams and SATs and my daughter completing her Girl Scout Gold Award project. Yep, it's pretty busy around here. But now I'm focused, and here's what to expect:

I know I've said it before, but I will be publishing Inner Strength, probably by the end of the month. When I published my last installment of the Strong Armed series, so many readers commented that they wanted more of Carson and Bryn's story. I have to admit, they were a favorite couple of mine; Bryn the debutante ballerina and Carson the devilish bad boy - there was too much there to leave behind. I am releasing Inner Strength as one full-length novel, with the three parts combined under one title. It is a supplement to the series, and can be read as a stand alone. I will be announcing its release simultaneously on my Facebook page, Elisabeth Mayer - Romance Author, as well as the WVRA Book Nook Facebook page.

And my newest series, Chosen, is a trilogy currently in editing and I'm hoping to release all three books around the 4th of July. This will be my first foray into the supernatural, paranormal genre, and so far feedback is encouraging. I still needs those finishing touches, but I hope you'll take a look as I tell the story of Olivia Collins, who arrives in Salem, Massachusetts to spend the summer with her family and falls in love with Michael Fairely, who is perfect in every way, and just happens to be the son of Satan.

And more to come...
I'm also excited to be working on a short story for a collaboration that will be released in time for the holidays. This will be my first collaboration with other authors and I am so excited and honored to be a part of that. Watch this space for more news...

1 comment:

  1. It's been a very busy spring for everyone!
    But it sounds like yours has been fun.