In the Queue.

Oh my gosh.  Some of you may be wondering how I work.  Well, not always well because I am a.  busy and b.  easily distracted.

I can’t whip the books out like some authors.  Wish I could.  Maybe if my books were 5-7K…  I can’t do it with a longer work.

However I do have a schedule of sorts.  It’s more of a queue.  The stories have to get in line and wait their turn.

I’m two-thirds of the way through Stay, the book that will tie up the story I began in Incorporeal and continued in In the Flesh.

Then, my dears, it’s on to the final re-writes of the Daughters of Persephone series, which I don’t think will take me long since it’s only Books One and Two that I will be focusing on.

After that sci/fi-fantasy romance series is complete and published, I’m picking up where I left off on my work of romantic suspense, Kerosene.

And then it’s on to another work of fantasy, already begun – Salvation.

I’ve got a time travel series planned.  And I’m considering a work of humorous, tongue-in-cheek extreme erotica… hmmm.  Am I up to the task?

We’ll see, won’t we?

 P.S.  If you haven’t read my work of women’s fiction?  Romance?  Romance suspense?  (hard to categorize) And you have a Kindle, you can pick up a copy of Come Back to Me for a mere 99 cents right now!

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18 Responses to In the Queue.

  1. Amber Skyze says:

    What a great list in the queue. You might take your time, but you give us fabulous books. They’re worth the wait. :)

  2. Casey Wyatt says:

    Woohoo! Can’t wait!! Happy writing Julia!

  3. You should see my queue! LOL. Good luck with your projects :)

    Stacey xo

  4. Stacey… I don’t ever want to think of your queue! I picture it, oh, maybe 40 years long! But you work more efficiently than I do. I’m in awe – you and Amber and she thinks she’s slow. Ha!

  5. Amber, you are one of those people I envy. I know you think you work slow, but really you don’t. You are able to get your stories out of your head faster than I can!

  6. I’ve almost finished My Everything and just bought Come To Me. My Everything has kept me up late reading and that’s hard to do at my age. Love Grace and Ben. Thanks for a great book. Sometimes they’re hard to find. ;)

  7. Thank you so much, Stephanie! Can’t wait for your book!

  8. Katalina Leon says:

    I LOVED “Come Back To Me”! Great book, kleenex are not optional they are a must..
    XXOO Kat

  9. Congrats, can’t wait to read it…

  10. Thank you, Kat, means a lot! :)

  11. A great image, the books getting in line, waiting their turns. You’re amazing, Julia, an inspiration to us all. I had to get in the queue to tell you!

  12. Thanks, Marylin! Yes, they push and shove. Very undisciplined.

  13. anny cook says:

    Well, that’s quite a list. Go, you!

  14. Makes me sigh, Anny, because I want to write it all at once. :)

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