Movin’ On

by Nola on February 28, 2014

daffodilsWe’ve  had a glorious blue-sky day here in southwest Washington State. The daffodils are 6 inches high now and ready to pop. I think it’s safe to say Spring is on its way. Thank you, God! I know other parts of the country are still expecting more snow. To you folks I say, “Hang on. It’ll be over soon.”

Over the last couple of months I’ve revamped my writing career path. I’ve hinted at it here but never said what I was planning on doing exactly. For anyone curious enough to keep reading, here’s the long and short of it. I’ve been writing for the last three years as Pepper Anthony, erotic romance author. If you’re not easily offended, and want to see some of Pepper’s work, you can visit her website here.  Or you can go straight to Pepper’s page on Amazon to see her books. I’ve enjoyed exploring some naughty fantasies, but frankly I am ready to move on to writing stories with more emotion and depth. I have one more story to finish up as Pepper, and then I’ll be moving on. Look for that final story, Hawk’s Promise, as a self-pub sometime later this Spring.

Last fall I wrote two novellas for a Christmas anthology, one as Pepper and one under my own name. The anthology flopped, so it’s been dismantled. I’ve since contracted with Beachwalk Press to publish Pepper’s story, Sunny’s Second Chance under my own name. Even though it was originally written as Pepper’s story, I’m very excited to launch my own writing career as part of Beachwalk’s Christmas In July campaign.

The second story from the anthology is actually an introduction to a series I’m writing about a fictional town called Everfield.  In addition to this Christmas novella, there are currently two full-length novels being revised and polished. After a lot of mental thrashing, I’ve decided to self publish this Everfield series beginning this coming holiday season. It’s a little scary to venture out there again on my own, but I think it’s time.

So there you have it, friends. I’m movin’ on to the next stage in my writing career. I hope you’ll wish me luck.

Have a wonderful week!

~ Nola
“Small town…big love.”




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