Author Update 12/10/19!

Hello Dear Readers!

     After a much needed hiatus, I am back in the saddle and headed to Texas. Lol. As we all know, sometimes life gets in the way of the best laid plans and it happened with me this year. Health stuff, family stuff, writer’s block and all that other stuff that makes for good drama, except when it’s happening on a daily basis.

     I did not forget about you! I love my readers. Some of you have been with me since 2012. And some of you are just finding my stories. I am grateful to have such dedicated people who take time to read the imaginings that conjure up in my head. Homecoming is still in the works for early 2020. (I am fortunate to have a very patient editor and publisher.) My readers deserve proper closure on the last chapter of the first generation of Blakes so we can start anew with the kiddies and their stories. Can you imagine a grown up Jake and Co.?  I promise I will give you some time to let that sink in. Lol.

    Thank you for your emails and DMs. It’s time for me to get back to what I so enjoy.  Writing about heartwarming characters who love, laugh and enjoy strong family ties while chasing adventures of the heart.  

 

Happy Reading,

Rhonda

About Rhonda Laurel, Author

Rhonda Laurel is a multi published contemporary romance author known most notably for the Blake Boys series.

Posted on December 10, 2019, in Author Update and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. i have missed you. Glad to read that you are back in the saddle. Hears to a fabulous and exciting New Year 🍾🥂

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  2. Glad that you’re doing well. Enjoy your Holidays.

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  3. So happy that you are better and as you said”back in the saddle”. Missed you and the Blakes very much. Welcome back.

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  4. Clarissa Pennington

    Rhonda, I’m so happy you are on the mend and that you are coming back! You have been so missed. A good author is hard to find and one who is so caring about her readers is rare. I have read the Blake series several times on the last months because I have missed a good story not jus a good story but your stories. I think I’ve been with from the beginning of Seth and Morgan story and loved every minute of the journey. Thank you for being such a good writer and telling such wonderful stories that made us want to read the next chapter. Again I’m so happy you are getting better take your time to recover. Happy holidays to you and your family.

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  5. So glad you are better😎 Can’t wait for all the Jake,Colby,Connor Matt,jack ,Owen etc stories🎉🎊🎊

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  6. So happy you are on the road of well being.
    Missed you monthly updated. We all need to take the time to just breathe.
    Peace

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  7. So happy you are on the road of well being.
    Missed you monthly updated. We all need to take the time to just breathe.
    Peace

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  8. I’m glad you seem to be doing better. I can’t wait for new stories from you and know they are worth the wait. Definitely missed your posts, but I know it’s hard when life gets in the way of plans made. Hoping you have an amazing 2020.

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  9. I am so glad that you’re doing better. I’ve had some health issues myself for the past year so I completely understand. And never worry, I’ve been patiently waiting your next work (a grown up Jake is kinda scary 😆). I’ve been rocking witcha since 2012. Happy Holidays 🎉

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  10. Mary E Washington

    Best Christmas present I could get is hearing from my favorite author. So glad you were able to hit reset and come out blazing in 2020. Merry Christmas and the Happiest of New Years.

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  11. So glad you are doing better Rhonda! Be blessed because you are a blessing to us.
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

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  12. Shantell Jackson

    Glad to hear your back and all is well!!

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  13. Glad to hear that you are doing well. Enjoy your holidays.

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