Ah, New Year’s Eve!
That’s right, I party like a rock star, people!
2018 has been a great year for the world of Samantha MacLeod. I’m still gainfully employed as a writing and philosophy teacher, still the mother of two not-so-small children (4 and 8), and still churning out the mythology-inspired smut!
I released two novels in 2018, both part of The Loki Series.
The Wolf’s Lover, my paranormal romance set in Yellowstone National Park, came out in February.
The Trickster’s Song, a tragedy from Loki’s past that was inspired by the myth of Idunn’s golden apples, was released this fall.
You can also now buy The Loki Series in a nifty box set.
I also released two short stories.
Both of which are now part of my first ever short story collection, Legends and Lovers!
And I published a poem!!!!
Medusa’s Song, the rage poem I wrote during Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing, was accepted into Blunderwoman Production’s Nevertheless We Persisted Me Too Anthology. I’ll be shouting that from the rooftops next year, I promise.
Two novels, two short stories, a box set, and a short story collection.
Good show, 2018!
Now, I’m off to bed. Happy New Year’s, my virtual friends! 🙂
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