I'd like to introduce you to the newest member of the Edwards' family.
It's Fall, y'all!
No better time than now to do things a little different, eh?
In case you didn't notice, I have recently changed email providers. So, if you are receiving this newsletter, it's because you signed up for my Hot Sheet on Mailchimp. Going forward, the Hot Sheet will come from here. And this means the hot sheet may look a little different. As another FYI, I'm in the process of changing a few things up, including my website and my newsletters. I will continue to send out the Notification Newsletter (this goes out when there are new releases, preorders, other news, etc) but I am considering adding the Hot Sheet to my new blog.
I'm spread thin these days and you know me, I'm always looking for a way to do things better, more efficient. Mostly because I want to make some time to write - if and when I actually get back in that mode.
In case you're wondering, I'm still not writing. Sure, I've written a few thousand words in the past month, but nothing compared to what I normally do and nothing that's going to result in a finished book anytime soon. And yes, I am finally at the point that I'm worried. But, fear not, I am going to the doctor to have a discussion about my depression. See if there's something we need to do, changes that might need to be made. That sort of thing.
So, stay tuned for some changes coming. I'll be sure to update you as I know them. In the meantime, check out my new website. There's all sorts of fun stuff on there.
Anyway... That's all I've got for now. I hope you have a fabulous October!
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Nicole Edwards lives in the suburbs of Austin, Texas with her husband and their youngest of three children. The two older ones have flown the coop, while the youngest is in high school. When Nicole is not writing about sexy alpha males and sassy, independent women, she can often be found with a book in hand or attempting to keep the dogs happy. You can find her hanging out on social media and interacting with her readers - even when she's supposed to be writing.