Guilt, So Much Guilt

 In Being An Author

I look at my white board and see all the KPIs I’ve set myself.

Yep, I’m an author who treats being an author like being the owner of a small business.

One of the things I’ve got on my KPIs is weekly blogging. And I’ve been failing miserably at it.

Sigh.

I have a good excuse I have three and possibly four new releases in November and I’m hurriedly working to deadline. I can give you a little tease on each of the four titles, but I’m sworn to secrecy on two covers:
Elizabeth’s work schedule!

The Promise of the Bells

A reimagining of the classic legend of Dick Whittington and his cat, set in Regency England. Part of the Legends to Love series. Find out more in next month’s Love’s Great Adventure magazine!

A Fine Chance
(to appear in the 2018 Bluestocking Belles holiday anthology)

Sorry, can’t show you the cover just yet. You’ll have to wait for our cover reveal Facebook party on September 8.

My story is set in 1920s San Francisco.

Live And Let Spy (Book 1 The King’s Rogues)

This is the one I’m not sure about the release date for yet, but I can’t wait to introduce Adam Hardacre and his group of Rogues. If you’d like to know more about this upcoming series, be sure to click this link!

Father’s Day
(to appear in the 2018 Dragonblade Publishing holiday anthology)

Yes, a Christmas story called Father’s Day…

Two characters you love with finally meet – a man who thought he was an orphan and a man who never knew he was a father…

So, for not living up to my KPIs, do you think I might be excused? Or do I have a failing grade?

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