With the unexpected success of the Power Exchange books, I get a lot of email, tweets, Facebook PMs, asks on Tumblr and such asking me when they can expect my next book, if there’ll be a sequel to Safeword, (Consent, Book 3, released 9.28.2014) if I have any more short stories planned. I’m staggered by the amount of email I receive from people in general simply telling me how much they enjoyed reading what I’ve written. It makes for the warm fuzzies, that’s for sure.
Unfortunately, I can’t keep up. I’m spending my writing time catching up on my email, and the quickest way to halt a writing career is to halt the writing. I can’t let that happen.
So here’s a nifty new page on my blog to let everyone know what to expect!
Now, the world is wide open to me, and the ideas that have gone on a shelf while I worked on Ben and Gavin’s story are all shouting to be heard. I’m currently in the process of writing the 4th Power Exchange book, titled Restraint.
I’m done with being bowled over by stand alone stories and have finally bitten off a sizable chunk of the apocalypse series, titled The Long Fall of Night. No more of this:
I’m working on an apocalypse story centered in the eastern half of the U.S. which will then span the country as my main characters, Ash and Elliot, navigate a world where all the old rules no longer apply. Here’s a tease of the cover.
There’ll be chaos, martial law, fledgling relationships that deepen to something more, soldiers, aid camps, corruption, sex, and smart men doing smart things (and some not so smart). I have released book one on June 17th, 2015, please see My Books for links on where to buy, or check out the sidebar if you want to go to Amazon. If all goes as planned, this is my next series.
I also have a joint project I have just started with the brilliant and beautiful Kate Aaron that I am so excited about, I cannot even say. Artificial intelligence. Nerd scientists looking hot in their glasses. And the question about when a person becomes a person with rights of their own. While it’s fun and a little geeky, it’s also serious and potentially moving. At least, I hope we can write it that way.
So there you have it. My plans for the next few books. I will update this page as things progress so check back when you’re wondering, “When was it AJ said she’d be releasing her next book?”