What? A Second Blog Post This Week?!?
My goodness! Two blog posts this week! The world must be getting ready to tilt on its axis.
I decided to expand on the blog post I made already this week. A lot of the details were in my monthly newsletter, and quite frankly, not everyone likes to subscribe to those. Frankly, I know I don't because I'm just too busy... I'd rather read a blog post. So here we go!
I'm sliding into the indie space and I will be posting my first indie release, Under the Moon, on December 3. It's a paranormal shifter romance novella in my new Supernatural Souls series that I think everyone will enjoy. You can watch the very cool book trailer here! You can also pre-order Under the Moon on Amazon.
In addition to working with my wonderful publisher, Painted Hearts Publishing, on my second book in the Whimsical Dreams series, Whimsical Princess—which will be out in the spring of 2022 —I am also in the process of working with them on the first book in the new The Dance series. This series will be very near and dear to my heart because it focuses on midlife 40+ butch/femme romance.
I'm not saying there aren't good books already out there on midlife romance, but they seem to be scattered around and are very few and far between. One More Chance will be the first book in a series that is for those of us who want love and romance in our 40s, 50s and beyond. I don't have a date yet, but it's looking like this book will come out in the spring of 2022 as well.
There are two FREE short stories on my website Bookshelf—The Wallflower, a short and sweet second chance romance, and Kotza House, a paranormal shifter novelette for you to read and enjoy. And... just a reminder that I started a new readers group called Tiffany E. Taylor's Sapphic Reading Group on Facebook. We've already done one giveaway, a digital copy of Whimsical Haven, and I have another one planned, so don't miss out!
I'm off to go and work on the first full-length book in the Supernatural Souls series, Coven—a darker tale filled with witches and other things that go bump in the night. I'm starting to flesh out the The Realm of Trom-Laighe ("nightmare" in Scots Gaelic), if that gives you any idea where things are heading.
Enjoy the rest of your week!