First of all, thanks for the thousands of email and well wishes for the family. I truly appreciate it during this time. Of course, Iraq is the gift that keeps on giving for many military families and mine is no different. However, Adam is doing much better and we hope to resolve his issues in the New Year. As a wife and mother, I had to re-arrange my priorities, and even though the book was so close to release, I had to pull it as well as The World In Reverse.
It was my hope to release them during the Christmas Break. However, now I am at least two weeks off the mark. The books will be released in late January or early February. I refuse to give another date just to disappoint my wonderful fans.
I love you dearly and I hope that you can forgive me for the tardiness of these two very important projects.
This week, I plan to upload the first chapter of Saving Anya to the blog for your reading pleasure, also in interim I will post some new discussions so that we can keep in touch.
It truly is an honor to have you as fans. I have 3,456 emails from readers about the new books. I plan to respond to each and every one, but it will take time. However, I don’t want you to think at any time that you aren’t appreciated, because you truly are.
While Saving Anya will be the last book of The Medlov Series, it won’t be the last book about the Medlov clan. The next installment (Volume 5-7 will be released in Winter 2012) and the new Medlov Legacy series will be released in late 2012, detailing the early adult lives of all of your favorite characters’ children.
One thing at time, I know. I’m working on getting these new books to you in e-book, Kindle, Nook and paperback format. Also, don’t forget that we now use PayLoadz for all of our e-books to ensure that you receive your immediately. I’ve listened to your suggestions and RiverHouse searched high and low to find a service that will accommodate you. I hope that PayLoadz delivers for us all. We’ve even set up a survey to track your thoughts on the new service. After all, it is for you.
Well, that’s all for now. Thanks again for everything.