Update on Tess & Kipp Book Two!

First, I’d like to thank everyone for their patience. I know that you all have been waiting–a while now–for the next Tess & Kipp book to come out. I really appreciate your support, and all your emails wondering about the series, but of course, time is a factor. I do, though, have some updates on the Frostbite series. So here we go:

I’ve decided on a new title – Demonically Shadowed.

This is a tentative title. As always, it could change along the way, but right now, I’m going with it! I’m just wrapping up revisions on WITCHES BE DAZZLED, and in a couple weeks, plan to get a blurb together to show you what you can all expect to see in book two. So keep an eye out for that.

The plan at this point is to write the second book in the month of November. I hope, fingers crossed, that I have the final draft ready and submitted to my editor by the end of December.We are just finishing edits on the new version of Stolen Dreams called Supernaturally Kissed, which has been part of the delay for me writing the next book. I’m really excited for you all to see the new book. It’s got some great changes, and Tess & Kipp have never been better!

So, if all goes well, I’m hopeful for a release date early next year on book two!

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    Puppy proof first. No power cords or dangerous ojetcbs in puppies area. Remove any valuable or breakable ojetcbs until after teething and training are complete. Find out from shelter or breeder what food the puppy is on and have a supply of that same food on hand. If you are wanting to change the puppies diet still start out with the original food and slowly mix with the new food. Don’t introduce treats until the puppy is fully acclimated into the home. Buy a crate that is large enough for the puppy to turn around and stand up but not much larger. This represents a comfort zone for the puppy. It is a great training tool. A puppy will naturally not soul his den, which the crate will symbolize. You will need fresh water daily, toys, and teething aids. A leash and adjustable collar along with the crate will help with housebreaking. Then set up a new puppy appointment with your vet to make sure your new family member is up to date on vaccines and is healthy and happy! Good luck !

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