Tuesday, January 20, 2015

New Release Notifications

I've received several emails from readers and apparently the new release notifications from Amazon for Hockey Gods weren't emailed until this week!

As you can see from the email, Amazon sent the notifications out TWO MONTHS after the intitial release...
(What's really ironic is how it says "You won't want to miss this new book." Oops!)

How do you receive these emails in the first place? Well, readers have the option to "favorite" my author page on Amazon to receive notifications when a new book is released...

This is a great tool, but only if you don't mind learning about a "new" release until months later. (btw I have no control over these emails, they are sent directly from Amazon.)

Feel free to keep favorite-ing my page on Amazon, but I don't want you to miss out on all the hockey goodness coming your way. To make sure you are notified as soon as a new book comes out, please sign up for my newsletter here. (I only send them out when I have a new release, so you don't have to worry about me clogging up your inbox with unwanted emails.)

Thanks for spreading the word!

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

New Year ~ New Characters, Books and Ambitions

When each new year rolls around I'm always excited by the idea of a fresh start. Flipping to that new page on the calendar is a great time to finally accomplish all the things you've been putting off and/or to pursue new ambitions. I won't be entering 2015 by starting a new book, but by working on finishing one I already started before the holidays. This will be the fifth book in the Razors Ice series and the eighth (what?!) book I've written.

However, this book won't be completed without rolling over a few speed bumps first. Just when I start thinking I'm making some headway with my works in progress, a new idea hijacks my thoughts and I'm distracted with an entirely fresh idea for a new series. (Which is an awesome problem to have because it means more books for you!) That being said, I hope to be releasing books even more frequently this year (fingers crossed!) and in the years to follow.

There are also some big changes in the works for the Vaughn family this year--new house, new work schedule for hubby--and once we settle in I will be working like crazy to get some more books out to you. The Razors Ice series is far from coming to an end and I have many more exciting stories in store for you that may or may not involve hockey.

So, grab hold of the new year with both hands, give it a big smooch right on the lips, and then get out there and make those dreams happen!

Always yours,