After much coffee and much Scotch and wine in a carefully balanced cycle, my debut contemporary romance series, Thirsty Hearts, has launched!
The work is paying off… My three books and one novella are NOW available for sale! Buy print books from Amazon, and ebooks from Amazon, Kobo, iBooks, and Smashwords. Pick your platform and pick your sexy poison!
Book one, Charming You, is only 99¢. Sign up here to download chapter 1 for FREE.
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The new year has begun, and I’m still a little buzzed. Yes, my friends and I shared a ton of champagne, but what’s got me REALLY excited is the launch of my Thirsty Hearts series!
My book launch X 3 is on February 14. Charming You, Choosing You, and Cherishing You will all be dropping! BUT readers won’t have to wait to buy their copy. I’m making them available for pre-order. Time to spread the word! Click over now to sign up by Monday, January 17. At noon CT, we’ll all tell the world about Thirsty Hearts!
Hi, I’m Kris Jayne, and I write contemporary romance for today’s modern woman. I’ve been writing full-time since October of 2014, which is when I quit my full-time job to pursue my passion for writing full-time. One of the questions that I get is, “Why are you writing romance?” And they always say it with a little bit of a tone, but the answer is I write romance because I read romance. I’ve been reading romance my entire life.[Read more]
The hardest part of writing a novel (or three at the same time, if you’re crazy) is the push to the end. Writing, rewriting, editing, revising, rewriting agin. But after attending the Romance Writers of America conference in New York City a couple of weeks ago, I found a new well of motivation and finally finished my rewriting of book one in my first contemporary romance series. The march toward publishing my three-book Thirsty Hearts series this year has hit a major milestone. Join my mailing list for a sneak preview of Chapter 1 of the first book, Charming You, when it’s available!
For years, I spent my days plotting an escape from cubicle life. Well, in October, I quit plotting and pulled the trigger. As of November 1, I began voluntarily unemployed or self-employed, depending on your perspective.I plan to do some freelance writing and marketing work, but for now, I’m finishing the novel that I’ve been working on for two years. I’ve also nearly completed a second in the series thanks to NaNoWriMo or National Novel Writing Month. Congratulate me! I successfully completed 50,000 words in 30 days. It took me nearly two years to get that far on novel #1. Being un/self-employed is paying off already from a writing productivity perspective.