New Year / New Chance

Hi folks,

It’s been a while since I’ve posted.  I confess I took a few weeks off over the solstice to clear my head and take some time with family. 2016 was a hard year for everybody, especially those of us who put far too much pressure on ourselves. Yes, last year I tried too hard and burned out. I’m getting too damned old for this high pressure thing. So, in that vein, here are the resolutions for 2017.

#1. put out four books. (Last year I trued for six, didn’t make it.)

#2. Be more sociable. (Last year I was a total hermit.)

#3. Take better care of myself, both physically and mentally. (Last year I neglected both.)

#4. Improve my writing skills. (This is standard every year.)


Okay, on to the goals for the year in the writing world. Yes, four new books, but also I hope to complete the upgrades on my older romance novels. We’ll be adding new covers, some new material, and new edits. In that vein, here’s the latest update, book five in the St. John’s Series. Nordic Desire, first published as Gudrun. Check out the new look and upgraded story here:



So, I’ll leave you with this. The world seems to be entering a dark time. Should my work reflect that with darker tales, or should I go for  more hopeful stories, or ??? I’m looking for options, and/or opinions. What do you think?



2 thoughts on “New Year / New Chance

  1. Pru,

    You totally deserve #3 so do it… As for your question. I read to escape reality, that being said I agree with you about the dark times so please don’t add more dark to your work. You have always been one of the most uplifting writers out there so keep up the good work. I always look forward to new books and whenever life gets me down I reread all your work.

    Have a great year and thanks for what you do for all of us.


  2. Hi D, good to hear from you. I must agree with you about there being enough darkness in the world. I promise, I will always deliver a happy ending.
    So glad you enjoy my stories.

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