2017 has been a very good year for me, better than 2015 and 2016 combined, and this year had taught me plenty about holding my own, and getting things together for the year. At the same time, there had been a few losses I had to take for the year, where I will remember and cherish.
As for 2018, I am just going to continue to write my stories, get them published, and let the world know about my work. I will continue to write my favorite genre, erotic romance, share them to my fans, and make the world happy in a world filled with chaos and despair. The purpose of my writing is to help you escape into fiction, things that won’t possibly happen in real life, but it would be nice to escape into a world full of fantasy.
Allison In Wonderland had taught me one main thing: I can open my mind to write anything, whether if it’s mystery, drama, or drama, but I prefer to write an erotic twist because I love writing about sex. It’s who I am.
I want to give a great shoutout to my Kristi Lynn, Tracey Lou Parker, Elizabeth Booth Bennett, and Cindy Callender for al the work, and being patient with me over the last two years. You’ve all been fun.
But I also want to give thanks to my new street team – Vixens of AfterDark – my PA Viki Philpott (the cool one), Rhiannon Hall, Nancy Grant, Becky Ballenger, and Elizabeth Wright for giving me the wonderful exposure as an author. Thank you all for working with me, and believing in me in 2017. I look forward to working with you all in 2018.
In addition, thank you Elizabeth Wright for the wonderful editing work. You helped make Allison In Wonderland and Risque Pleasure get the credit it deserves.
Victoria Philpott, thank you so much for the wonderful work you’ve done. I’m thankful to have found a PA like you. Man, it’s been rough around the edges, but hell yeah, it’s going well, and I appreciate the work you’ve done for me.
To those I lost, I will miss you. Things won’t be the same without you. RIP: Alan Jankowski, Michael T. Jordan, and Kathleen Grieve Meyer. Your passings were a sudden shock for me. And your work was influential in a way. I loved them. I, along with many others, will miss you all.
And lastly, I want to thank all my fans, both new and faithful, thank you for making 2017 a year for me. 2015 would be a breakthrough year for me, 2016 would test my patience, but 2017 will be a year I grew very serious with my work. I’ve always been serious, but 2017 has given me the opportunity to be very motivated for you. Thank you for putting the ‘Author’ before Ray Sostre.