Shifters are fun

February 12, 2015

I don’t re-read my published stories as a rule since there is always something I want to fix, and I can’t. But “Healing Minds” is one of the rare exceptions. I just like the “getting-to-know-you” portion of the book which is literally all of it. I enjoy the journey they took and the way they began to depend on each other. But I felt as though they needed another chance in the limelight, which is why I picked them for a sequel. Some couples I can step away from and feel satisfied that their stories are completely told, but others I have to return to. I find it amusing that “Healing Minds” was the book I least wanted to write, but ended up becoming one of my favorites. Typical, right?


“Hearts and Minds”

was longer than I expected it to be, but that’s never a bad thing in my opinion. It simply means I had a full story to tell.


If you wish to know more about The Shifters series and my future plans for it, check out my blog at:!Shifters-explained/c1o5e/3AB7F857-F8F4-4032-829D-A151576ED328


I explain everything you could ever want to know about my direction for the series (without spoiling too many of the surprises).


Do you celebrate Valentine’s Day? If so, how?



2 Responses to “Shifters are fun”

  1. JJ says:

    No sweetie, so don’t celebrate.

    How do you celebrate?

  2. M.D. Grimm says:

    I often forget it’s a “holiday” :) It kind of passes me by… this year I’m celebrating with my new book! That’s my type of celebration. As Sheriff Jack (Blind Devotion) says in “Hearts and Minds” – “It’s a commercial holiday and has nothing to do with love.”
    But Josh and Xavier make it about love this time. :)

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