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Resolutions for 2017

When you get beyond the required goals of "lose weight," "more exercise," and "eat healthy," what are your hopes for the coming year? I asked my series characters, and this is what they said.

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Guardian Witch series:


Ari: I hope to have my new apprentice trained before 2017 is over. Other than that, another peaceful year would be really great, but in my world you don't count on anything. Oh, the casino! A successful launch for Andreas's latest project.

Andreas: Ah, cara mia, thank you. I second all your hopes, and yet, I sense our idyllic days may be ending. Changes are coming in 2017…and some may not be to our liking.


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Maggie York Paranormal Mystery series:


Maggie:  Since I can't wish my "gift" away, I'm determined to gain better control of it. And frankly, I'm ready for the next big case to begin.

Josh:  I'd like to see a drop in NOLA's crime rate, which would give me more time with Maggie. The captain has me working undercover. While it's interesting, I'd rather be partnering with Maggie. At least I'd know she was safe.



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Cross Keys/Elvenrude Trilogy:



Kam: A healthy baby in 2017. I'm taking a break from the spy/investigative work, and Seth will make a fabulous and proud father.

Seth:  A boy would be nice, but so would a little girl, especially if she has her mother's blue eyes.


And my own resolutions?

  • As long as readers keep reading and reviewing my books, I'll continue to write. I hope to publish at least two in 2017, a sequel to the Guardian Witch series (Embers of Fire), and book number three in the Maggie York series (Ghost Haunting);
  • World peace…or at least civility would be nice.

Wishing you a wonderful 2017!

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Comments

12/29/2016 2:14am

Your New Year's Resolutions are quite interesting. You didn't make it just for yourself, but you also connect it to your readers. You make sure that you will continue to write more stories as long as your readers are satisfied with your work. I'm pretty sure this will inspire other readers to read your stories. Happy New Year to you! May God gives you more blessings this year.


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