Monday, November 25, 2013

An (insanely) Overdue Update

Hi Readers!

It's me. Nicole. Yeah, I know there were those speculations that I'd been shipwrecked on some deserted island in the South Pacific, but the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth is that I've been a writing machine the past few months. At least, more so than usual. It seemed almost all at once, several new book ideas came to me, so between outlining those, working on my current projects, and trying to keep up with social media . . . not to mention that whole personal life part of my existence . . . I've been running off of cappuccinos and sheer determination for the entire second half of 2013 it seems.

So, what are these new projects I've been working on and avoiding sleep for? Well, I can't quite tell you all. Yet. A few things have to be finalized before I can announce my upcoming projects, but the moment I get the green light, I'll be sharing with you all the moment after. To sum it up—I'm dying, DYING (hold up, or is that the sleep deprivation and caffeine diet talking?) to let you know what's coming these next few years. Some really exciting stuff. If I could still flip back handsprings, I'd be doing them out my front door right now. That's how excited I am!

To update you on my current projects, I've made a couple of notes below on the latest happenings.

This Thanksgiving, I'm thankful for more than I've ever been thankful for before. My readers, each and every one of you, are high on that list. I will be thinking of you and toasting you this Thursday. Looking forward to spending many more Thanksgivings around the virtual tables with you all.



The audio for FINDERS KEEPERS is now available! The amazing Zachary Webber did the narration for this one and really nailed Garth Black's tortured meets wiseass tone. For all of you audiobook listeners, here's the link:

The third installment in the GREAT EXPLOITATIONS series, TROUBLE IN TAMPA, has a cover and is finished! I will be announcing the release date soon, but Eve's found herself in some serious trouble . . . and for once, Henry Callahan isn't at the top of that trouble list. I'm so eager to release this next one that I know you've been waiting patiently for.

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