Catching up…

Hey, everyone!

Sorry to have been absent for so long. I have been writing like a fiend this year, but my brother’s death in March forced me to rearrange my publishing schedule. As an Indie author, I’m fortunate that my writing plan is solely self-imposed. Even so, I try to keep to it as closely as possible.

So, here’s how the year is shaping up as of now:

I finished writing Brazen in January–my first American historical set in the late 1800’s–and sent it to my editor. It’s now back and waiting for me to incorporate her suggestions and publish. I’m hoping to get that done next month. I’ll do a cover reveal on it soon, I promise! My

Also done in February: Finishing touches and final (writing) edits on Forever Kind of Guy (Family Ties Bk 1), then sent it to my editor. Ah, that reminds me, I need to order cover art. It’s slated to be released at the end of June. I’m excited to see what my cover artist comes up with for this new series.

I started writing Some Like It Hot (Sweetwater Springs Bk 6) late due to my brother’s hospitalization. Let’s just say daily trips to the ICU do not increase one’s creativity, but I’m currently writing it and loving getting to know characters Mac and Carla. Mac is a chef with newly-found family ties, and Carla is a waitress with a rather tragic past looking to move up to a front-of-house position. They have valid reasons for wanting to avoid a romantic relationship–especially with each other–but working together and being next-door neighbors makes the heat rise, and the pull strong. They’ll go to great lengths to avoid a more personal relationship. I think you’ll love these characters as much as I do.

In the meantime, if you haven’t picked up Second Chances or Mistletoe Weddings (Bks 4-5 in the Sweetwa1er Springs series) you better get caught up because I have more coming. Click on the covers to learn more about them.

About Carol Burnside / Annie Rayburn

Carol Burnside is an award-winning author of "Sizzling romance with heart and humor." She almost always has a glass of sweet tea within arm's reach.
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