Just got the final edits for Silence of the Wolf, so had to put aside Guthrie’s story, A Highland Wolf Christmas. Though I was working on his when I went to bed last night. The Highlander is currently under revisions, but otherwise I’ve written THE END!
But for now, I’m concentrating on Silence of the Wolf. For me, I love this part. No major rewrites, just really proofing and looking to make sure no new mistakes were made. I love Tom. It makes me feel fickle sometimes because I love Bjornolf, in the current upcoming release, A SEAL Wolf Christmas. And I love Niall in The Highlander. And I love David in Jaguar Hunt that I turned in a while ago. And then Grant in A Hero of a Highland Wolf that I turned in recently. And…well…I love them all!
And that sounds like I’m really fickle. But I get this question often. Who is your favorite hero? I love them all. I have to when I’m writing them, or like now while I’m reviewing or revising. I have to get back into THEIR story and I fall in love with them all over again.
But for a moment (drags into a couple of hours always), I had to run out and get groceries, so I can keep writing these hunky heroes for you.
Do you ever feel fickle???
“Giving new meaning to the term alpha male where fantasy IS reality.”
yes and I love them all, couldn’t just pick one!!!
Thanks, Jennifer, and that’s good because we wouldn’t want any of them to feel left out!!! 🙂
Ah Terry I wish your book was out now. I have been spending 3-4 hours a day sitting in out patient getting intervenous for severe anemia and can’t seem to find anything to interest me. I should be done 9/24. I’m again want to tell you how glad I am you got another award. You work hard and deserve it. 🙂
Ah, Pam, I’m so sorry about the blood work. I had to take my mom in for those too. Good on being done in a couple of weeks. 🙂 I’m so excited to see all the fun reviews!!! 🙂 And I wish the book was out now, and the next was out in earlier!
Whenever they come out I’ll be looking forward to them. You need a vacation to some place exotic 🙂
Thanks, Pam, I do!