Revise and Revive

Hi folks,

Today I’ve got my mind on the revise and revive process of my earlier works. We’ve been updating a number of the romances and just recently re-released Book #5 in the St. John’s Series. It was originally titled Gudrun, but we changed that to Nordic Desire. It seemed like the right idea, seemed to fit. We have one more title to go to complete the series, but since the book Wildflower also features the city of St. John’s, I’m considering pulling it into the series as book #7.

I’d also like to wax poetic about the new covers for the series. These covers rock. Check out the latest, Nordic Desire.

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All right, just so you don’t think I’m slacking here, the third story in the Children of the Wild is nearing completion. just the final chapter or two to go. I’ve also got a start on the second in the Elvish Chronicles. Seriously thinking of devoting a lot of time to the Chronicles this years. Having said that, Kait Nolan put an idea in my head and I can’t seem to shake it. I just might write something completely different for the heck of it. Anyway, that’s a big maybe at this point.

So, would anybody be interested in a story where the everyday world has a fair sprinkling of magic mixed in? Let me know what you think.

Bless

Pru

7 thoughts on “Revise and Revive”

  1. MJ WALLMJ WALL

    A little magic is always good.

    • LairdLaird

      Oh indeed it is, and the ideas for the story are delightful.

  2. Shan Jeniah BurtonShan Jeniah Burton

    I agree completely! I love a little magic in my daily life. Bring it on!

    Revision is foremost for me this year. I’ll still write (three novels, some short stories, and I KNOW there will be fanfic, because a certain pointed eared woman who lives in my head will demand it, and she can be scary…..)

  3. Karen McFarlandKaren McFarland

    Excellent Pru! No one can say that you don’t work hard and it shows. I like the new cover! ?

    • LairdLaird

      Thanks Karen. Charis’s cover work sure is improving, isn’t it?

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