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Update about Relationships Suck, the long-awaited sequel to Monogamy Sucks

December 29, 2016 Leave a comment

Dear readers,

I recently completed the final edit of my novel RELATIONSHIPS SUCK, the long-awaited sequel to my novel MONOGAMY SUCKS. I must admit I am very happy with how the sequel came out. See my new cover for the novel below created by Dancinee Jennings, who also created the cover for my first novel.

Book Cover2 Relationships Suck (002)

RELATIONSHIPS SUCK continues Jake Dalmas’ story and explores the limits and issues involving relationships, open relationships in particular,  much as the previous book took on monogamy. I believe it is funny and intriguing like the first novel, and actually even sexier and naughtier in parts. It moves Jake’s story forward in cool and sexy ways. I can’t wait to share it with you.

I also introduce a sexy African American character named Simone in this novel. She is an art gallery manager and a friend of  Juliette, Jake’s girlfriend (for those who haven’t read my original novel).  Juliette and Jake have some naughty adventures with Simone that are some of the hottest erotic writing I have ever done.

Also, much credit goes to fellow author Billierosie , known as @jojojojude on Twitter, for stepping up and helping give my novel one final copy edit after our friend and fellow author Scarlett Hartgrove, @cristolklear on Twitter, suffered a stroke recently. Scarlett, who is doing well and currently recovering, did an excellent job in editing and formatting my indie version of MONOGAMY SUCKS. We will work together again on my future novels.

I am still planning to launch RELATIONSHIPS SUCK in late January or early February 2017 just in time for Valentines’ Day. I have been working on the sequel to MONOGAMY SUCKS before my original novel was actually published in December 2010. I finished the first draft of the MONOGAMY SUCKS sequel in December 2012, but I have foolishly sat on it too long. My apologies for that as I lost sight of my writing dreams and real purpose on this earth due to focusing too much on working bad public relations jobs for meaningless paychecks. We all lose our way from time to time.

I promise it won’t be too much longer before Jake Dalmas’ wild swinging adventures return. As always, stay tuned.

GP

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