January 21st, 2012
Phantom Warriors: Arctos and Other Updates

I’ve received a lot of emails lately asking about what I’m working on, so I’ve decided to give you my ‘loose’ writing schedule. As of today, this is the plan. I’m currently writing PHANTOM WARRIORS: ARCTOS. It’s going well and I think it’s going to turn out to be a pretty fun story. I suspect it’ll be about the same length as Phantom Warriors: Talon. If everything continues on smoothly, I will release it next month (i.e. FEB.).

Once I’m finished with Arctos, I’m going to return to the LORDS OF THE NIGHT world. I want to finish that trilogy out with JOSEPHINE’S SURRENDER. (She’s the madam from book one, GOTHIC PASSIONS and book two, ROSE’S RAPTURE. 🙂 I simply couldn’t resist sending her a hero that she’s convinced is the Devil himself. (At this point, I’m not altogether certain that he’s not. *ggg) So much fun.

I plan to follow Josephine’s story up with a contemporary werewolf tale called AIDAN’S MATE. It ties into a novel I wrote a LONG time ago that needs to be re-edited. Once it’s done, I’ll release it, too. But that will have to wait until I finish my final ‘scheduled’ book, PHANTOM WARRIORS: LINX.

Other than that, I’m just re-editing my first Young Adult title and planning the next.

You know self-publishing may be is a lot of work, but it’s nice to get back to writing for fun. Indie publishing has brought the joy of writing back to a lot of authors. I never knew what they were talking about when they told me that…until now.

I hope you enjoy reading my work as much as I enjoy writing it. In the meantime, check out some of my friends: Charlene Teglia, Sasha White, J.A. Templeton, P.T. Michelle, Bernard DeLeo, Lynn Viehl, Sylvia Day, and Tawny Stokes.

10 comments to “Phantom Warriors: Arctos and Other Updates”

  1. You sure have an ambitious start to the new year. I love the cover for Talon.

  2. Bernard, Thanks! Yeah, well, I’m trying to make up for make lack of productivity over the past two years. Plus, now that the sales have picked up, let’s just say I’m REALLY motivated. (wg)

  3. TOTALLY brought back the fun! Now there just aren’t enough hours in the day to do everything I want to get done. : D

  4. Charli, I hear you. It’s definitely upped my productivity, but you’re right, there aren’t enough hours in the day to write everything I want.

  5. S-E-X-Y! Great cover, Jordan!

  6. Thanks J.A.!

  7. Yeah J! I’m so happy you’re just motoring along.

    Self publishing for me is one part awesome, one part frustrating as heck. I just have no damn patience!!

  8. Tawny, Thanks! It’s easier to stay motivated once things start moving. Of course, it’s taken me 11 months for things to start moving, but that’s okay.

    Like you, I’m not very patient, but it is starting to pay off. Hang in there and give it more time.

    Self-pubbing is awesome and frustrating. Then again, so is traditional publishing. The big difference is the level of control and the percentage split. If I fail, it’s on me. I’d rather be the one dropping the ball than other people.

  9. hi i have not been able to find out when aidans mate comes out can you please let me know thanks.

  10. Hi Trudy,

    It’s my intention to release Aidan’s Mate in May. Not sure yet whether it’ll be the beginning, middle or end of May yet. It depends on how long it takes me to write Phantom Warriors: Linx. Hope that helps.