People want to know if I feel relief, joy, sadness, all kinds of emotions following the finale of the series I gave 8 years of my life to. But what can I say? I really actually don't know how I feel. I guess I'm still processing.
So, in my usual fashion, I will just keep moving, and wait until the nostalgia or the rise of emotions that lead to it hit me, and I'll tell you all what I'm working on now.
For those that have not read Willa Wicked, you need to do that. It's not a kid's book, even though the cover is illustrated. You will love it. I promise. A few readers said they were afraid it would be bad and that would ruin their opinion of my writing. **shakes head** Just go read it. You'll see there's no reason to be afraid. Once you've read it, go spread word and tell everybody else they'll love it, too. Then, when you've done that, sit tight, because I'm working on something amazing. It has been named The Guardian, but I think that will change. It's a story about a little vampire-to-be, one we now know as Elora. If you thought you couldn't bear to miss Ara and David, Mike, Emily, even Sam, now that DSS is over, well, I'm here to say you won't have to. They all make a cameo in the Elora books.
Hopefully, if all keeps going well, we'll be seeing the pages of Elora's story before the end of 2015, quite possibly even the middle.
In the meantime, stay tuned by checking Facebook, because they won't show you my posts, you'll need to come to the page to see what's happening, and make sure you drop by for a chat now and then. I'm always looking for members for various teams and handing out very wicked prizes. I'll also be posting a sample of The Guardian soon, so that's even more of a reason to stop by.