I hope your week has been a good one and you're off making 2016 your best year yet. I have high hopes for this year. I don't make resolutions, but I do try to outline a few goals for myself. And if you share your goals with others, then they are more likely to be met because you now are accountable to those goals. So here are my writing and life goals for 2016:
- Get my health back on track!
What you think, you become.
What you feel, you attract.
What you imagine, you create.
~ Budda ~
- I'm going to finish the first book of my new series: working title: Marked by Visions by March.
- My third big goal is to complete the second book in my new series.
- My final goal for 2016 is huge. I'm going to find a better balance between my writing and my personal life.
Now, for other news that's happening in 2016. I'm excited to let you know that my publisher, Crimson Romance has developed a new bundle called THE BOYS IN BLUE. I'm so very proud to see my name alongside Crimson Romance's finest authors. The fifth book in my Shadow series, IN THE SHADOW OF VENGEANCE is the second story in this collection.
The Boys in Blue doesn't release until January 25, 2016 but it is up for pre-order for only 99 CENTS!
THE BOYS IN BLUE SHORT BLURB:
It's hard to resist a man in uniform, and when it comes to these ten sexy law enforcement heroes, danger never looked so good. From street beats to under the covers, they're arresting, they're provocative, and they're sure to steal your heart!
In February, I have another bundle releasing called Killer Thrillers: Five Edge of Your Seat Romances. The fourth book in my Shadow series, In the Shadow of Pride will will be featured in this bundle. And can I say...is that a sexy cover or what.
Here is wishing everyone a very happy, healthy and exciting 2016! Again, I would love to know how you find balance between your professional life and your personal life. If you are in the same boat as I am, go ahead and share your goals in the comment section below. We can be goal buddies and help keep each other on track.
Hugs to all,
Nancy C. Weeks