Jan Nakutis: “When I was 40 I had this tattoo done on my ankle with the plan that when I was old and in my rocking chair I could look down and still feel like I could howl at the moon. Well, I’m 71 now, not anywhere near a rocking chair and I’m still howling at the moon 🌕.
All your books help keep me that way. “
Lizzy LaBare: “I honestly can’t tell you which series I enjoyed more… I am leaning towards the werewolves. Thank you so much for sharing them with us. I am still trying to get over the fact that my dream man/wolf lives in another woman’s head…lol”
I asked my readers if I could share their quotes on my blog today. It’s all about readers. They make my day!
Thanks to my blog readers and my book readers for making my year!
I am only 600 words behind today after being 11,000 words behind, so hope to finish that up along with my 2,000 words, and more, if I can come up with some ideas. I had thoughts last night when I was trying to sleep at 3 a.m. Now, if I could only remember them!
Have a wonderful, magical day and believe in your dreams!
Wolf shifter and Navy SEAL veteran Brock isn’t looking to date
another she-wolf… until protecting beautiful Natalie brings out the
animal in him! From a USA Today bestselling author who writes “striking characters and explosive chemistry” (RT Book Reviews).
For a shifter with no interest in she-wolves…he sure is territorial.
Wolf shifter and former Navy SEAL Brock Greystoke isn’t interested in
she-wolves. The last one in his life ambushed him with the intent to
kill. So when he’s tasked with helping his cousin’s friend get to a
wedding, he has no intention of getting involved with her…
She-wolf Natalie Silverton has inadvertently crossed a group of
dangerous criminals, and she’s in dire need of a bodyguard. Good thing
Brock is there to protect her. At every turn, their work—and play—brings
them closer to catching the criminals and to each other, but Brock will
have to get them out of this alive if he has any hope of winning
SEAL Wolf Series: A SEAL in Wolf’s Clothing (Book 1) A SEAL Wolf Christmas (Book 2) SEAL Wolf Hunting (Book 3) SEAL Wolf In Too Deep (Book 4) SEAL Wolf Undercover (Book 5) SEAL Wolf Surrender (Book 6)
What Readers Are Saying About Terry Spear: “Great paranormal romance with depth and dimension.”—Night Owl Reviews for A Billionaire Wolf for Christmas “Excitement and suspense that will keep readers hanging on tight.”—RT Book Reviews for Flight of the White Wolf, 4 Stars “Striking characters and explosive chemistry.”—RT Book Reviews for SEAL Wolf Undercover, 4 Stars
What if you picked up the wrong suitcase at the airport and found something that someone wanted back? Enough to kill for?
Yep, you really have to make sure you check the name tags!
YOU HAD ME AT WOLF did just that – it had me. I am a fan of author Terry Spear and haven’t read anything from her that is a downer. Her stories are always upbeat, family-oriented (the family might be a pack of shifters but it’s family), with a romance that will leave you sighing and fanning yourself. ~Annetta Sweetko, Fresh Fiction Reviews
A review from Amber on BookBub!
You Had Me at Wolf is a fun and entertaining paranormal cozy mystery. I thoroughly enjoyed the wonderfully layered plot that left me completely captivated and utterly enthralled. There was never a dull moment, and I loved the non-stop action and mystery. I also enjoyed the personal growth and action between our memorable characters. They kept things warmed up and constantly on edge as their relationship deepened and the story unfolded. What exciting fun!
I finished edits on the novella last night. I’m down from 11,000 to 8,000 being behind on Highland Wolf. I want to get my word count today and then re-read the novella and turn it in. So I won’t be able to whittle down my word count on Highland Wolf. Had to do another promotional blog for You Had Me at Wolf.
I remember a time a decade ago, when I would be so eagerly awaiting a release because it was all I had on my plate. Now, I feel, hasn’t that been published already??? Like a year ago, when I wrote it? Sometimes, I feel like I live in a time warp. When I have to do a promotional blog, I’m like, wait a minute, about which book? I’ll be getting Joy to the Wolves back for edits soon, and with working on two more books, and then doing the new release stuff for yet another book, no wonder it gets confusing. Which heroine/hero was in which book?
2020 is nearly here! Are you ready? I was doing some last minute errands early this morning, hoping to beat the crowds!!! A guy behind me at the grocery store said to the clerk, “We had to get something to drink because the water tastes awful here.” I had to laugh. The water was fine here when I moved here. Crawford water was fine. Waco water is not.
My battery was going out on my scale, and you know you can’t know how much you’re overeating unless you can weigh yourself! *sigh* It’s the holidays, I keep telling myself. And then I remind myself that’s no excuse. lol
So do you have plans for the New Year? Writing for me!!! I finished two more scenes yesterday in Joy to the Wolves, the Christmas book for next year. I have one last one to revise. I plan to do that this morning. I also worked on Vampire Redemption, behind on my daily word count since I was working on Joy to the Wolves yesterday, but still got some done, so not a total loss.
I’ve been watching the Mandalorian and the Witcher series. I want to get back to Game of Thrones and watch it from the beginning. I think I reached 5 and then stopped because I got busy with writing contracts. I’m a binge watcher, and it’s hard for me to stop once I get started on a series. Which means I need to get my word count in before I get started on TV.
I have the same problem with playing RPGs. I get started and don’t want to stop. One more quest. One more big boss to defeat. Armor to upgrade. I was playing one where I was able to upgrade my armor to such an extent, I actually finished the game with ease. I loved it. I know. I know. Where is the challenge in that?