November 7, 2020
Hello my friend,
Thank you for checking in. I'm so grateful for fans like you who are keeping tabs on me and my upcoming books. I've used my downtime during this tough time to write a lot. I posted here in June that I was working on a dragon shifter series. I decided that rather than just release one and disappear for too long, I'm going to prepare 1 novella and 2 books in the series before I start to release so you won't have to wait so long!
Update on Progress:
A draft of a dragon shifter novella is complete, a draft of the 1st dragon novel is complete, the 2nd novel is in progress and halfway finished.
I hope to be able to share some other news soon about progress on things many of you have written to me about. (Newsletter subscribers, you'll get the news first.)
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WITCHES & MORE
The first book in the Southern Witch series, Would-Be Witch, was released in 2009 and became an instant best seller. The series features Tammy Jo Trask a small town girl who comes from a family of witches, but who's never had magic herself until she gets involved with a man who's supposed to be off limits.
*** PRAISE FOR THE SOUTHERN WITCH SERIES ***
"Filled with incredible laugh-out-loud humor, Slightly Spellbound is lighthearted, whimsical, and absolutely delightful…Tammy Jo is a sassy and fun heroine, the men in her life are sexy, the small-town Southern atmosphere is perfect, and the fairies, ghosts, witches, and vampires round out this book for a fantastic paranormal romance. Readers will be more than slightly spellbound for Frost’s eccentric characters—they’ll be thoroughly enchanted.”
-Romantic Times Book Reviews, TOP PICK
“A brisk pace coupled with colorful characters and light humor makes [Halfway Hexed] an enjoyable romp. Tammy’s inept use of magic, a cool ocelot familiar, and quick thinking under pressure carry her through astounding family revelations.”
- Monsters & critics
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