“Love Forged” is OUT TODAY! #LesFic
Tate and Flynn are embarking on a journey to self-discovery and what that means for their best-friends-since-birth relationship.
Follow the two women through an adventure as their relationship evolves into more, and their future plans change to reflect the changes within them.
I’m participating in the iHeart LesFic Mega Sale with three of my books:
If you haven’t picked up any of these titles, now would be a good time to do it since the e-books are on sale from March 15th to 19th at only 2.99 (USD, EUR, GBP) or 3.99 (CAD, AUD).
If you read The Proposal Series and noticed the characters named Ada & Dylan, and asked yourself, “What book did they come from?” Well, they’re from “The Disappeared,” so pick up their story during the sale and read it from the beginning.
When I first sat down to write “Love Forged,” I knew exactly what the story would be. This doesn’t always happen with me. Sometimes, it takes me a bit to know what I’m going to write. With “Love Forged,” though, I knew I wanted to use the plot of the father that left long ago – and what he leaves to his daughter present day – to help Tate and her best friend, Flynn, discover not just information about that father’s past and maybe why he left in the first place, but discover something about themselves and each other.
My goal, whenever I write a book, is that it’s not a “typical Nicole Pyland book.” Yes, all writers have their styles, and while writing romance means you’re often writing stories about people falling in love and living happily ever after, with “Love Forged,” as with some of my other stand-alone books, I wanted to try something new.
“What Happened After…,” The Celebrities Series finale, is out now.
This What Happened After is a little different because of the order in which the respective post-Epilogues were written in regards to the books in the series: Part I takes place before “Midnight Tradition,” and Part II takes place after “Path Forward.”
When my readers talk about this series, they tell me they think of these characters as their friends, and I’m no exception to that. It was difficult for me to let them all go, but I hope with “What Happened After,” you get a chance to say goodbye to them in the best way we can with fictional characters – a great finale.
I did something else, too. Remember “All the Love Songs,” the book that started it all?
Well, at the end of the book, Lennox shares a script she wrote for Kenzie’s zombie TV show, which launches her new career as a writer. I wrote that script for you to read for free. It will be available only for subscribers and won’t ever be released on Amazon, so if you’re interested in checking it out, make sure you’re subscribed to the website and have a read.
I wrote it how I thought Lennox would. As a film actress, she’d know screenplay format and not teleplay format, and it focuses mainly on the character Kenzie would have played because Lennox would be obsessed with the woman who would later become her wife. 🙂
I hope you enjoy both WHA and the episode Lennox wrote of “Undone World.” If you’ve already subscribed, you can check it out in the link-button below, and if not, create an account, and you’ll be able to get access to the page of that link and get reading.
I also hope you’re all safe and well,
Happy Valentine’s Day!
To celebrate, I’m releasing “The Proposal Series,” which is a series of short stories about you guessed it… proposals.
In some of my books, I’ve told the engagement story of the characters in the Epilogue. In other stories, though, I didn’t include the proposal specifically, so in this series of short stories, you can read the moment the characters get engaged and fill in that gap.
NOTE: This content used to be featured on my website for logged in users, so you may already be familiar with it. Now, you can finally have it on your Kindle.
As always, thank you for reading, and I hope you enjoy!