Posted by erinlausten on November 13, 2013
I’m just a tad excited. Ok, a lot excited. I’ve told you about Unforeseen coming out next week. I have comments back from Betas on Cibola’s Revenge and shooting to have that out by Christmas. But now, I have a new announcement, I am launching a new Pen Name, to write my happy, fun, lovely romances. Oh, they are fairly steamy too. They just don’t fit in the same vein as my Erin Lausten books. So if you like sweet, steamy fantasy fodder, check out Amie Archer at http://amiearcher.wordpress.com/
Now what has me super excited is not only am I telling the world Amie exists, but I am also releasing her (my) first book. It’s a novella, it’s hot and just in time for Christmas. Before you ask, it is titled Cabin Fever. Oh yeh, did I say hot? Yum. In addition to this first book, I will have two more out before Christmas. So if a heat-filled romance is something you like, check out Amie Archer’s blog and like her on Facebook!
Wait… did I say I have three books for Amie, and two for Erin coming out before Christmas? Yes, yes I did say that. No I am not a mutant (though you could say some of my characters are… Viators maybe? Hmmm), but I do have that many books to release. I just happen to have a backlog which is finally getting cleaned out.
How am I handling all this insanity? Well, I can say I’m just a little nutty. Not the normal nutty, but a more frazzled, excitable, happy nutty. I couldn’t do this without a huge support staff. Well, not huge, but the help and support these key players provide is HUGE. Consider yourself warned that you will see a flurry of madness over the next couple of months and then we’ll be back on track. After the madness I’ll be working on a new project. A super-secret project ….ok, I can’t keep secrets. It’s about vampires…and werewolves… and fairies… and centaurs…and Chihuahuas… um, yeh, I said Chihuahuas. It’s going be a blast. It will be MY fun take on the supernatural genre. So, keep watching—things are about to get Verrrry interesting.
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Posted by erinlausten on June 17, 2013
It has been very quiet on the writing front. Life events have a tendency to move us in unexpected directions and for me those events put the brakes on my writing, this blog included. I am overjoyed to announce, I’m back on the move.
There are several New Releases coming from Erin Lausten in the very near future!
I am excited to report on the first two New Releases. First on the list is Unforeseen, Book Two in the Viator Legacy series. It is in the final stage of pre-publication and we’re anticipating its release near the end of the summer. In addition, I’ve made fantastic progress on Cibola’s Revenge. We pick up right where we left off in Cibola’s Promise. All those pesky details and cliff hangers will be resolved in a wild ride through the Steampunk Wild West. Look for that release in the Fall of 2013.
I am very touched by those who have reached out and told me how much you’ve loved the books so far. I promise, I am working diligently to bring you more of the same!
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Posted by erinlausten on December 3, 2011
Actually, that title may be a tiny bit misleading. I do not wish a plague upon your house. As my house has recently been overrun with the beastly bugs that make the head swell with yuckiness, and the sounds of wracking coughs, I would never, in my entire life, ever wish this upon another. It has not been the best of weeks.
There I was, turkey in the oven, dressing, sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, green bean cassarole, pie and family surrounding me. It was a fabulous Thanksgiving. And then disaster strikes. As my husband and I started scanning through the Black Friday advertisments it hit. And it hit hard. I’ve been down for over a week with the sniffles, aches, and pains of the general crud. And I had so many plans. <sigh>
Well, no worries. Despite being hogtied by a cold, things did get done this week. Unexpected is now available on Apple Itunes and at Barnes&Noble. Also, a fantabulous review by the author Beth Muscat went up a few weeks ago. I couldn’t be more pleased with her reaction. Check it out at Shameless Reviews and Promotions. And if you get a chance, check out her own stories at Amazon.
In addition, I have my edits back for my Steampunk short titled, Miss Chevious Debuts. Watch for that one to be released by Christmas. It will be a fun and mysterious adventure following the slightly unconscionable performers of the Marvelous MacHurdyGurdy Traveling Show. Check back here for details as the month progresses.
And, for those that did not have enough of Carlo in Unexpected, he is starring in his own short story series, the first being completed and waiting review by the Beta Babes. That one will be free and should hit the Web in January.
It is amazing what can get done when the brain is foggy.
Join Hailey and Derian in a fast paced adventure in time against forces no one expected. In fact, it was all quite Unexpected. Now on Amazon , Barnes & Noble, Apple, and Smashwords!
Are you interested in knowing the minute my books are available? Send me an email at email@example.com and I will put you on the list. I promise not to spam you with a constant barrage of sales pitches. I’ll only send information when something new is out.
You can also keep tabs on my progress at my Facebook fanpage and on Twitter.
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