Jaye Frances is the author of World Without Love, a suspense thriller series with an erotic edge. The trilogy includes Betrayed, Reunion, and Redemption. Her other books include The Beach, a psychological thriller about the possibilities, and horror, of wishful thinking; The Kure, a romance novel with a paranormal twist; The Possibilities of Amy, a coming-of-age novella about first love; and Love Travels Forever, a collection of poignant short stories. Her new book, Journeys…From Above and Below the Belt is scheduled for a Spring 2020 release. Jaye lives on the gulf coast of Florida, with one husband, six computers, and several hundred pairs of shoes.
An Update From Jaye . . .
I’ve received a lot of emails from readers wanting to know what I’ve been up to and when they can expect the next book. Frankly, after finishing the World Without Love series, I needed a break. It was a five-year project involving months of research. And while I really appreciate the overwhelming support from readers assuring me they would welcome a fourth book about Jewel’s continuing adventures in the edgy world of espionage and high-flying romance, I’ve decided to let the third book, Redemption, bring the series to a close. Does that mean we’ll never hear from Jewel or Annie again? Not hardly. Jewel’s exploits are far from over. The next chapter in Jewel’s life is a couple years in the future and, when released, will begin a brand new series with Jewel continuing to tantalize readers with exotic locations, archeological mysteries, and a search for an ancient lost treasure.
So what have I been working on?
As many of you know, I enjoy writing short stories, especially those with unexpected twists and surprise endings, particularly when the characters continue to haunt my thoughts long after I’ve written the last page.
I’ve been putting the finishing touches on a new collection of short stories and novellas. Of course, there are several edgy stories with an erotic touch, which is how I decided on the book’s title, Journeys from Above and Below the Belt.
The projected publication date is Spring 2020. I know that’s a bit in the future, but in the publishing world, it’s just around the corner.
Until next time,