Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Brain. Is. Fried.

After Every Which Way was released, I was on this book high. I didn't know what to do afterwards. I kind of just roamed around my house like it was the first time I was ever seeing it. 
Probably because I was getting frustrated. Fast. 

I was working on Breaking the Wrong, but not at the speed I wanted. When I started Severine's story it really didn't stop until I typed, "The End." The second book is coming along, but it's practically making my emotions bleed out. 
Maybe that's really good or maybe I need help. :) 

But then I started thinking about Unravel... I've been pushing that poor book aside for the last few months. On my desk, Unravel's cover is right next to the Sloan covers and I really started to miss my characters from that series. 
So I started looking through it. And then I started taking things away, and adding parts in and I started to fall back in love with my first little brain child! 

Chances are, I'll probably release Unravel before Breaking the Wrong. I'm pushing for a release date of spring 2013 for Breaking the Wrong. I don't want that to change. 

But that means my brain is so fried. 
I've never written two books at once. For me, it's strange to switch from one set of characters to another. But I really can't get either story out of my head!! 

Soon, I want to give you all a snippet of Unravel. I want to show you Naomi, Ezra, and Alexander. I want to show you why I've had this story tucked tight to my heart for so long. 



  1. I cannot wait.. take your time! We all will be waiting and supporting you 100%

  2. That would be hard. And strange. I've failed miserably when I was working on two stories at once. Good luck!! Either way, I understand your frustrations and determination, but your faithful readers will wait for you. So let your brain juice up :)

  3. I know the brain fried syndrome well ha! Hang in there:-)