There’s not much to tell right now, but I wanted to post an update anyway.
At the moment I have two projects in the works. First, I am going through my Lust for Life series, making little tweaks and adjustments, shopping for line editors and cover artists, and getting it polished to self-published. As of this moment, the plan is to publish the LfL series and my Mischievous Matchmaker series as box sets.
I’m also still working on the first book of what could be the first of three three-book series of longer titles. It’s been slow going for several reasons, so please be patient with me. I’m in love with the characters, and am looking forward to sharing their stories with you as soon as I can.
And, last but not least, Happy Spring!!! I hope yours is off to a wonderful start. It’s raining love here!
XX ~ Jayne
So maybe I was having an identity crisis. Maybe there’s more than one of me living inside my head. Maybe I’m just not ready to make radical (okay, not *radical* so much) changes, because if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right?
Hang in there with me, please.
A funny thing happened this month. My Jayne Kingston domain came up for renewal. The funny (to me) part is I could not let it expire. I put up posts about “reinventing myself as myself” but when it came down to it. I couldn’t let go of Jayne. I’m happy to report she’s alive and well and back on social media, but only on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest. I’ve always been terrible at Twitter, so I’m not going to bother.
The other thing that didn’t last was the no makeup thing. I made it seven whole days. As those of you who know me know, I love respect all women of all shapes and sizes and their individual makeup and clothing choices. That being said, the light catching my white eyelashes makes me buggy because it looks to me like there’s something stuck to them. I also felt as if I looked like I’d given up caring about my appearance. So I broke out the powder brush and the mascara, and all is well again.
It’s the little things.
For those of you who have been along for the ride during my identity crisis, thanks for sticking with me. Hopefully there will be book news sooner rather than later.
And if you use or know of natural makeup lines that don’t cost a fortune, I’d love to hear about them.
XX ~ Ay… er, Jayne