In early 2011, I was stuck in limbo, trying to figure out where my writing career was going or even if it was going anywhere at all. In June that year I decided to take a risk by releasing The Boyfriend Thief on my own and see where it led me. It’s been a year and a half and I am much happier than I was in early 2011. I want to say a big thank you to all of my readers, especially those of you who have taken a chance on my ebooks. I have plans to keep writing, and I sometimes feel like I can’t write fast enough to get all of the books done that I want to release. To those of you who were there before, thank you for sticking with me through the lull between Troy High and The Boyfriend Thief, and to the new readers, thank you for picking up one of my books in whichever format you chose!
As a Christmas and thank you gift, I’m releasing a short story called “Holiday Madness: A Boyfriend Thief Christmas Story.” It’s 7,000 words, which would be equal to about 28 pages in a printed book. It’s a companion story to The Boyfriend Thief and it’s FREE throughout this month on Smashwords!
Avery James wants to save the world–or at least her little community of Willowbrook. But her latest project–a holiday canned food drive–isn’t going so well, until her boyfriend Zac Greeley steps in with a crazy idea to save the day.
It is also available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble, but it costs $.99 right now on those sites since they don’t let me set a price to free directly. But it is free on Smashwords, so you can go there to download it in any format you’d like and add it to your ereader. In addition to the new short story, you’ll also find some behind the scenes info on The Boyfriend Thief in this ebook, including the original title of the story that I’ve never told anyone before!