End of Year Goodies
Well, here it is again. The end of another year. No matter what's going on in any given year, the end of it always manages to sneak up on me, and this one is no different. All things considered, 2022 hasn't been that bad (certainly better than the last couple years), and 2023 already has some good things in store. If anyone's waiting on new books from me, then you'll get at least two in 2023, maybe three. One of those is coming very soon.
The second you can actually start reading now. I'm posting my draft of Triton's Destiny on Wattpad as I go, with updates every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. I'll do all the usual things with it and publish as I always do, so if you're hoping for a paperback, there will be one next year. Be advised, however, that even though I write pretty clean drafts to begin with, this is not the book's final state. The published version will inevitably have changes. Hopefully not many, but I never know exactly what a book looks like until I've edited it. So, if you're going to join me on this journey, I hope you enjoy the ride!
It's also time for the Smashwords End of Year Sale, and, as I do every year, I've enrolled almost my entire catalog (only Asteria is not included, since I just published it last month). Everything is discounted, and half my catalog is listed as free. So, if you've been wanting to check something out, start or finish a series, or simply grab something on sale for the holidays, I invite you to hop on over to Smashwords and pick it up. The sale runs through January 1.
Thank you to everyone who's supported me this year. I do this because I love to write, and it makes me happy to know there are people out there who enjoy my stories. You're the ones who keep me going. Happy holidays to everyone, and I'll see you in the new year!
Thanks for reading.
Leah Ross is a writer and graphic designer with a penchant for loud music and sappy love stories. She believes that love should be both unconventional and unconditional, rules are negotiable, and age is nothing but a number.
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