During November, 2014, I wrote almost 51,000 words as part of the NaNoWriMo challenge, finishing the rough draft of The Promise, the fifth title of my Freedom in Love Series to be released sometime in 2015. Of course, I have yet to release the fourth title, Divided Loyalties, but I know devoted fans of the series are anxious to get their hands on both titles.
December, 2014, brought about a different turn of events; instead of writing a marathon, I began losing sleep to a few books I just didn't want to put down after picking them up. The first series I read - which I haven't finished yet - is the Embryo series by J.A. Schneider. I've read three titles so far - each page turners - and I look forward to reading the fourth part of the story over Christmas when losing a little sleep won't matter so much.
In case you happen to be one who reads reviews prior to reading a book, don't let the various lower rated reviews discourage you from taking a second look at this series. In all honesty, I believe some people believe everything in a book, even fiction, must be plausible. If so, I couldn't imagine their reactions to science fiction thrillers and other fantastic (beyond belief) plots. In addition, if there is an element or two mixed up - as in the types of medication given for a certain procedure and so on - the average reader is not going to realize it. In a nutshell, each book of this series is a medical thriller and takes you along for a roller coaster of a ride. Prepare to fasten your seatbelts.
I would invite you to read my personal thoughts about The Embryo Series.