Site Updates

Rather than one of those posts where I whine and swoon about how far behind I am, I thought I would just give a quick update to say what I had actually managed to accomplish. I have added the Sapphire Flames info to the Hidden Legacy guide, and all I have left to do is give that sucker a good, solid edit. What I tend to do is just add everything, then go back later and sort it out a bit, take out what isn’t needed and try and put it is some sort of order that flows. I am on that part now, and hopefully I will have everything polished up by the end of the weekend, work hours permitting. So if you do head over to check anything out right now, it is a bit on the chaotic side. Just saying.

I have had a couple of you send over emails asking me when I would be getting the Mercy Thompson guide up. Yeah, that is a work in progress. Sorry. I have I think 5 or 6 books left to read, then add the info, then do the edit on it. My target was to have it done by the end of last month, but that came and went with a laugh. Right now I don’t have any particular goal in mind, but I am going to try and devote a bit more time to it that I have been lately. Hopefully.

There have also been a couple of emails with requests for other guides. Those are on hold, but I still plan on getting to Jane Yellowrock/Soulwood. That is a yes. At some point in my life. The Carpathians? Eh, right now that is a no (it is just too darn big). Lords of the Underworld is tricky, because my interest in that series has pretty much dried up, so spending months working on it doesn’t sound that appealing. PhoenixFyre (the creator of the guides for the BDB and Dark Hunter guides) sent over an email saying she is going to start on the Black Dagger update soon, so that is one that is definitely in the works. And ideally, I hope to get all of the guides that are currently behind updated before the next book in each respective series is released. Yeah, that.

So, my ramble is complete. Thanks for being patient. Again.

 

13 thoughts on “Site Updates

  1. Judi Soderberg says:

    I am a HUGE Yellowrock/Soulwood fan so if there’s anything I can do to help, let me know. I love both series and have read them all. Would love to re-read but there’s just too many new books that I haven’t gotten to so a re-read is a long way away. I need to really look at your guides to see what you do. I’m curious to see how deep you go. It’s a wonderful service you provide.

  2. Tiger Lily says:

    I used to read Palmer’s Cassandra books until the love triangle went on and on. I wanted to wait until she chose someone before I finished reading the books. Does anyone know if Cassie has chosen her love interest between Pritkin and Mircea?

    • Judi Soderberg says:

      She finally picked John!!!! YAY!!!!! I’m reading Siren’s Song now which is all about John Pritikin but, I’m just a tad lost in it. I think Karen may have gotten lost a littler herself, buried in the story and forgot why she started it in the first place, but I’m not done so I can’t say for sure. BUT!!!! Cassie has finally dropped her drawers for John Pritikin and he’s finally decided to go ahead and take that as a yes. LOL! I believe it was in Brave the Tempest, a really really good one. So, get back to it cause Cassie is stepping up a bit more too. And she’s crazy as ever. You can read my review if you want. https://www.amazon.com/review/R22BMKMYXU1R0V/ref=pe_1098610_137716200_cm_rv_eml_rv0_rv Of course, that’s just my opinion, which in the scheme of things doesn’t add up to much, but I really did like it a lot.

      • Tiger Lily says:

        Thank you for the information. I really wanted it to be Mircea. I will have to think about whether I want to continue with John as the main love interest because I didn’t really like him much up to the point I had read.
        I read her Dory books and love them. I understand Dory is in the recent book that tells John’s story, Siren’s Song, so I may at least have to read that one.

        • Judi Soderberg says:

          John gets much more likable as the books go on. I’m a huge Cassie fan. Dory too, but I really really like John now. There’s a lot to him that if you stopped, you may not realize. And in Brave the Tempest we really find out more about him. He’s so much more than you’d think. And there’s stuff about Mircea that becomes very unlikable. I think if you catch up you just may change your mind, unless you like who Mircea turns out to be, which I have a feeling you probably won’t. Give it another try. If you love Dory, you’ll be able to love Cassie.

  3. Kim says:

    So am I the only one that is wondering WHERE IN THE WORLD IS KRESLEY COLE? Its freaking October and we havent heard a thing from her. Has she stopped writing? Also Sherrilyn Kenyon apparently will not be writing anymore either. I understand she has a LOT going on and she keeps getting knocked down but for her to never write again?! It just breaks my heart into a million pieces of the thought of having some series that we have all invested a lot of time and money into that may never be finished. Am I the only one that feels betrayed with that thought? And how in the world will we get some info on Kresley? Is she event alive?

    • Judi Soderberg says:

      She said there’s another one coming out called Munro but I haven’t seen hide nor hair of it. I have no clue where she went. Which is weird. Not a word anywhere. And her fans have been begging her to answer just to say she’s alive. Personally, I think this has to be the rudest thing I’ve ever seen an author do. She actually has people worried about her. Very worried. And not a peep. How long would it take to post I’m on a hiatus, folks, please be patient. I’ll send a newsletter when I’m back. Thank you for your concern. Or something like that. You know?

      • kaleigha says:

        I have started to make a post about the mysterious disappearance of Kresley Cole a few times, but I always stopped myself because, well, I figured it was a time bomb of a post. But seriously? What the Hell? I can live with people having push-backs and delays. Bluntly put, shit happens. But complete silence? For months? Even a post to say there isn’t anything to say is better than nothing. I think her last Facebook post was for Valentines. And this is someone who posted every couple of days, for EVERYTHING, for years. Updates, congrats when a fellow writer published a book – EVERYTHING. Honestly, I am at the complete Meh point. I don’t mean to sound rude, but my interest is only equal to the author’s interest. Never thought I would get to that point, but then I did.

        • Judi Soderberg says:

          If I was a big fan I might worry, but I haven’t been for years so I’m with you. If she’s not interested, neither am I. I’d think if something serious happened to her someone close to her would have said something by now. So probably not serous. Big yawn, oh well.

  4. bfmason50 says:

    Have you noticed that Rachelle Meade has also disappeared off Twitter and Facebook. She use to post all the time. She hasn’t posted for about a year I believe. I was hoping she would continue the Vampire Academy series.

    • Judi Soderberg says:

      Among the authors I know, the biggest thing that could make them stop writing, outside of family, of course, is depression. It doesn’t even have to have anything to do with their books. But one thing they all do when this happens is disappear from social media. They just can’t handle the expectations of fans when they are in the midst of depression. For you and me, social media may be a godsend. We can touch base, talk things out with people we never have to meet, it’s perfect. For people in the public eye it can be a nightmare. As far as I’m concerned, they have a right to go private. Rachelle Meade and Kim Harrison may have done just that. And truth be told, we’re not their friends, we’re their fans. So as their fans, we should probably just let them be. Maybe they’ll cone back after awhile. I hope so. They were both really good.

  5. Judi Soderberg says:

    I don’t mean that to be a recrimination. I promise. I was just pointing something out that I thought maybe you’d want to know.

    • kaleigha says:

      Authors are people, so they get the same crap hand dealt as the rest of us. It has to be hard to deal with it in the public eye. Some choose to go public, some keep quiet, so whatever works for them, I figure. I have been lucky enough to never have those issues, but I do sympathize.

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