LOVE, LOYALTY & MAYHEM: A MOTORCYCLE CLUB ROMANCE ANTHOLOGY
99¢ FOR RELEASE WEEK ONLY!
Nineteen of your favorite MC authors come together to bring you brand new, never released stories from some of your favorite motorcycle clubs.
Life with a biker is an adventure full of twists and turns. When love is involved, MC men never back down from what they want—they fight for it.
Loyalty is the foundation in any motorcycle club. Break it, they break you. There isn’t a line they won’t cross to protect who or what they claim as their own.
These men live a life made by their own set of rules. Chaos tends to always find them. You cross them, the consequences are swift.
Hold on for the ride as this talented group of authors come together to bring you an anthology like no other.
Your favorite clubs, new clubs, and everything in between can be found in this collection filled with suspense, action, adventure, romance and so much more!
**All profits from the Love, Loyalty & Mayhem: A Motorcycle Club Romance Anthology will be donated to Bikers Against Bullies USA.
BAB USA is a national not-for-profit organization created by bikers to raise awareness and empower the community to fight the terrible effects of bullying on young people through education, community outreach and fundraising. https://buff.ly/2ISWFkp **
Snagged this from Facebook and bought my copy from iBooks. I normally don’t read MC (motorcycle club) books but they had me at Bikers Against Bullying receiving all profits from this anthology. And for 99¢ during release week, it’s a great way to be introduced to the MC genre — and help a good cause.
On the writing front, I’m kinda taking the summer off. I’ve wiped my slate clean of projects and started from scratch. Right now, I’m doing the 12-week year patterned after Brian Moran and Michael Lenington’s The 12 Week Year: Get More Done in 12 Weeks than Others Do in 12 Months.
The premise basically goes like this: “This book redefines your “year” to be 12 weeks long. In 12 weeks, there just isn’t enough time to get complacent, and urgency increases and intensifies. The 12 Week Year creates focus and clarity on what matters most and a sense of urgency to do it now.”
So I’ve set up a 12-week schedule for myself. No more “I have to get a book out every 4 weeks” mindset. Now, I’m going by 12 weeks. That’s 12 weeks to write, edit, and publish ONE book out. Yes, it will take me forever to get a book done that way but there’s a little add-on to the list of things I’ve set out for myself. It’s that when that first book is done before the 12 weeks (six to eight weeks is likely), then I start working on the second book. It gives me breathing room and less pressure.
It’s also summer vacation.
What about you? What are your plans for the summer? For fellow authors, what are your writing plans? For readers, what are you reading?