Hello everyone!

I hope everyone is staying cool as the summer months approach! I have some news for you, since everyone is wondering where I've been and when more of my stories will be released. I finally have answers for you! In February, I found out that the small publishing company I partnered with was disbanding, which meant Four Sides of a Triangle, Awaken, and Corsets & Crossbones had to be taken down from Amazon and Barnes & Noble. (Fear not, I have recently reposted them, all for the same lovely price.)

This also meant that all material would be released by me personally, which meant I am personally responsible for the editing, the publishing, the book covers, etc. This is very daunting and very expensive, so I'm attempting to do my absolute best because you are worthy of such a product. (Which means that until I start making a little bit of money, the book covers won't be as amazing as the first three are. This might hurt me in attracting new readers, but I'm aware that those of you who are familiar with my writing want my writing and not my pictures, which I am so incredibly grateful for.)

I know you're awaiting any re-released or new material from me, and I can finally tell you that I have three new novels for you. One happens to be a sequel, one you might be familiar with if you've read it on Fictionpress, and one is completely new.

Catalyst: Now that Andie Shepherd is interning at Eagle Corp., life should be easier. She doesn't have to deal with gossip, antagonizing receptionists, and her lingering feelings for CEO Jack Phillip. She doesn't regret her decision to walk away, considering she knows that Jack Phillip is Onyx's own resident vigilant whose first priority is protecting the citizens of Onyx, not being in a relationship with a high school junior. When Noir escapes from Underwood Mental Institution, Andie is forced into Jack's path once again. And maybe it's not such a bad thing, what with her new boss illegally funding an act that could be detrimental to Black Wing and her direct supervisor being someone from Andie's past, someone she's still afraid of. On top of all that, Keirah has disappeared once again, but this time, she's not sure if she was taken by force or left willingly. There are no coincidences in Onyx, not with a war brewing, and Andie doesn't realize it but she's right in the middle of it all.

Swimming in Rain: In a modern re-telling of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, twenty-one year old Ronnie Austen and her older sister T are in the market for a roommate due to the increase in rent. When Hannah McFadden walks in the door for an interview, she is a dream come true: she comes from a wealthy family, she goes to the same Southern California university, and she loves Joel McHale nearly as much as Ronnie does. When Hannah invites Ronnie and Taylor to a Christmas party in Los Angeles her brother's friend is throwing, they jump at the chance to meet new people, including Hannah's older brother Aiden. Just because he's attractive and has an English accent doesn't mean Ronnie likes him; he's brooding, arrogant, and on top of that, goes to UCLA Law School. The two don't exactly hit it off, but because Hannah is Ronnie's roommate and because Taylor has fallen hard for Aiden's close friend Stephen, they are forced to socialize whether they like it or not. As they slowly start to get closer, George Thatcher, an old school acquaintance of Aiden's enters the picture and does something that could potentially ruin any chance Ronnie has with Aiden, especially if Aiden's influential Aunt Judy Solomon has anything to do with it. But that's only if Ronnie and Aiden can overcome their respective pride and admit to having feelings for each other in the first place.

Play On: After she finds her grandfather's dead body in his office, Seraphina Hanson, a twenty-three year old college graduate, inherits the Newport Beach Seagulls, a hockey team she knows absolutely nothing about. Even though she'd rather be spending the rest of her summer eating macaroni and cheese and watching Law and Order: SVU reruns, Seraphina decides to take on the responsibility of owning and running the team on top of dealing with her grandfather's untimely death. When the police start to suspect the Gulls' star goaltender, a man Seraphina believes is innocent, she is determined to solve her grandfather's murder herself.

I am giving away 35 free copies of each novel in exchange for an honest review on Amazon. The giveaway will be on a first come, first serve basis, so make sure you enter as soon as you can! If you're interested in more than one novel or even all three of them, please don't hesitate to ask! All you need to do is either email me at heather DOT myers AT ymail DOT com with the subject giveaway and the body of the email filled with the titles you're interested in. It's as easy as that! Look for the stories on Amazon sometime in the next few weeks. I also have plans to have a special sale in honor of Catalyst's upcoming release, which I'll announce on my twitter, ATheathercmyers. If you're not following me, please make sure you do!

**I am looking for a beta reader to help me clean my manuscripts. If you are amazing at catching grammatical and spelling mistakes, plot issues, reading new material, and withholding important points of the story from the general public, I want to talk to you. Please send me an email with the subject "Beta Reader" and I will get back to you immediately. I also ask my beta readers for their input on potential story ideas, character portrayals, and more, so the ability to be open and think critically is essential.

**I am looking for someone who specializes in book cover designs to make book covers for my work. If you are fluent in Photoshop, creative, and have a unique touch, I want to hear from you! If you're interested, please send me an email with the subject "Book Cover Designer" with a small portfolio (3-5 book covers you've created as an attachment) and your rates. I do ask my designers for their input on what they're designing, so look forward to bouncing ideas off of each other.

I look forward to hearing from you soon! I am so glad to be back, and that you're right there with me.