Sunday, January 1, 2017

Happy 2017

Wow! 2016 is behind us? Where did it go?

Do you remember the days when we wished the year away, wanting Christmas to come or for our birthday to get here sooner so we could be another year older?
I miss those days, because now, as an adult, I’m always looking around wondering where the heck the time has gone.
I can say this past year went by in a blur of ups and downs and trying to get a handle on my health and working a fulltime day job and writing. As many of you know, when I first started as an author, I was out of work and didn’t have that 7:00-6:00 eleven hour block of time unavailable to me.
As I’ve learned this past year, I can’t do it all by myself anymore; hence my jubilation over Missy Harton becoming my new PA. Although Missy came to me late in the year, she has made a ton of difference. We are working on schedules and new ideas and ways to carve out more time for me to write in 2017. We are also planning my first ever signing this May in NOLA….Be sure to come out to Naturally Naughty in NOLA and meet us both.. You won’t want to miss it.

Besides the signing in NOLA in May, I’m working on finishing up Sapphire Springs Beginnings, as well as kicking off the Blackthorn Brothers’ 4-book miniseries, and finally getting Breeds MC, Bearable out to you. There are other books and series planned as well, and a new group I’ve started that is sure to be a great place to hangout and read short stories I promise you won’t find anywhere else.
As you can see 2017 is already looking to be a full year. The new books and series, (see January 1st Newsletter), the new group page I hope you will come and explore (see link below to Saviland),   

a New Year’s KU Campaign that kicked off today with 45 other authors (Yay for you!) (see link to landing page below)  

and a special anthology releasing on February 14th that all proceeds will go to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. (see link to pre-order below as well.)

On top of all the book stuff going on, I’m also determined that 2017 is going to be a healthier, happier year for me personally. Dealing with illness, medication needed illness, is new to me and I’ve had a devil of a time getting a handle on it. I’ve managed to reach the point with my Diabetes where I am no longer dependent on medication, but I will have to continue to watch what I eat, how I eat, and exercise daily if I want to stay off the meds and truly be healthy.

I’m so looking forward to sharing these experiences, books, and life journey with you and sincerely hope you tag along for the ride. Here’s to a wonderful, healthy, and happy 2017 to all of us.

Saviland Group Page

The writings and musings of Savannah Morgan. Free Reads, Sneak Peaks, & More
#SaviM #Author #MultiGenre #AdultContent

Saviland: My World, My Rules


KU New Year Reads Campaign

Get 45 amazing romance novels for FREE!
#KindleUnlimited #books #FreeBooks #romance #novels

Ariel Marie Blog


Claiming My Valentine Anthology 

Enter the hot sexy PNR world of New York Times, USA Today, And Award Winning Bestselling Authors!
14 New York Times, USA Today, And Award Winning Bestselling Authors come together to bring you a collection of sexy PNR reads that will surely make you want your own mate to claim as they raise the heat index this Valentine’s Day.

Join Tami Lund, Julia Mills, C.D. Gorri, P.T. Macias, P. Mattern, Crystal Dawn, A.R. Von, Savannah Morgan Audra Hart, Ariel Marie, Josette Reuel, Amanda Kimberley, Heather Kirchhoff, Daniella Whitehorse give you the ultimate Valentine’s read and share the love with all proceeds going to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.

#HotPNR #CMV #Romance #books #Read
Available for pre-order now. Releasing on February 14th.

Claiming My Valentine

Don't forget the wonderful Flawed Perfection: A Collection of Winter Tales anthology

When falling in love means exposing flaws and secrets, everything gets more complicated... unless you are a strong, confident woman.

Six authors come together to share heartwarming novellas about how, when you fall in love, this crazy, mixed-up, imperfect life might just be perfect after all.

Flawed Perfection