Works in progress

Because I know y’all want to know, right? Right. So here’s what on Ally’s release calendar, and what she’s working on right now.

 

Samhain books

During the years they were open, Samhain Publishing was home to the majority of my books. Most of those books are no longer available. Some I have re-released as self-published titles; I have plans to self-publish more. I’ve already re-released The Happy Onion as a self-pubbed title, and I’m in the process of self-publishing the Bay City Paranormal Investigations series. After that, I plan to self-publish the Mojo Mysteries series, which (for those who don’t know) is sort of a spin-off of BCPI. My plan is to start the new, self-pubbed Mojo Mysteries series with Love, Like Ghosts, which was originally a BCPI-related novel. I think that’s appropriate, since Love, Like Ghosts begins the relationship between Adrian Broussard (son of Dr. Bo Broussard in the BCPI series) and Greg Woodhall, the couple at the center of the Mojo Mysteries series.

UPDATE 9/1/18: All the main arc BCPI book have been re-released as self published books. I’ve also self published Where The Heart Is. I do plan to release a box sex of all six BCPI books at some point. I’m not exactly sure when, though I think it will probably be after the new year. Also still planning to re-release the Mojo Mysteries series, adding Love, Like Ghosts as book one this time. I’m not really sure when I’ll do that either. I still haven’t decided for sure if I want to self publish or try to get it in with another traditional publisher.

 

Wilde City stories

I only had three short stories with Wilde City Press, which has closed. I’ve pulled my stories from Wilde City’s infamous Butt-thology books together into an anthology which I’ve titled Loose Storieswith adorable cover art by my talented hubby, Brent Brown. It’s live and available for purchase through all the usual channels.

 

Loose Id books

After about thirteen years as one of the go-to e-publishers, Loose Id is closing its doors in May of 2018.  They were my very first publisher: the first to believe in me and give me a chance. They’re a class act, and I’ll miss them. I’m not sure what’s going to happen to the books I still have with them: Forgotten Song, Easy (ebook only), and Naked Richmond. Honestly, I’ll most likely just let them go permanently out of publication, but I’m not sure. We’ll see.

 

 

 

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