An old man in love is like a flower in winter.
Hi everyone –
This week I started digging in on editing “Night Walker” based on my editor’s feedback. This has been a huge shift in gears for me because while I’ve been shopping Night Walker around to publishers, I was busy writing the Moon series about my werewolf pack.
I had started writing Blood Moon, the third book in the werewolf series, and was just starting to really fall in love with my hero, Gareth, when I got the call from Entangled Publishing that they wanted to publish Night Walker.
The differences in my two series are impossible to miss. Night Walker is full of immortal shape-shifting vampires who have traveled the world for hundreds of years, while my wolves are a Pack in Reno Nevada who are just as mortal as the rest of us.
It felt like ages since I “lived” in my Night Walker world and spent time with my immortals. They’ve always been lurking in the shadows of my mind like a blanketing of whispers. In fact, right before I got the call, I had mentioned to Ken that I missed writing about the Night Walkers. It’s fun to be able to pull in actual bits of history and weave in fictional characters into the canvas.
So now I’m back to my Night Walker music playlist, reading and editing Calisto and Kate, and it feels like I’m falling in love again. It feels great to be back with them again. (And Calisto still sweeps my off my feet! Shew! LOL)
PS – Which books, or series, or tv shows are you falling in love with these days? Anything good out there?
(For Marvin – “a blanketing of whispers” & a Chinese proverb, “impossible to miss” is in there too… 🙂 )