Saturday, July 20, 2019

What's Everyone Writing?

What book (or type of book) are you currently working on? Do you have ideas for future books?
I’m presently working on two books and hoping to have them both finished by the end of the year. The first book is the second in the series of The Foundation. It’s a book about a trio of wealthy women dedicated to helping women in jeopardy. It’s a romantic suspense with a touch of woman’s fiction.
Carly made it happen. She is the CEO.

Nadia is the supermodel and makes the contacts and finds volunteers.

Julie manages the finances and organizes the support system inkling transportation, vehicles, planes, and disguises and arranges fund raisers.

From working with abused women in shelters they progress to moving women to safer shelters away from home and then into forming an organization that protects women. As the organization grows, they train volunteers to go out in teams to assist women in jeopardy.

Their next team will be a paranormal team. to add another dimension to the organization. This is The Fourth Victim, Sara’s Story about a serial killer.

Liability Wife, the one I’m presently working on is the second in the series and Lydia’s story. Her husband, who she is divorcing, has hired a serial killer. And Carly is in South America trying to rescue someone she cares about, who is on the list.

I’m also working on The Hawkins’ Ranch series, book four, Escape - Gabe’s story. It’s a romantic Suspense.

This one is about an abused wife. Amy has suffered abuse for years. Finally, she decided it was escape or die. Now she’s running for her life and she doesn’t trust any man.
Gabe Hawkins, the oldest brother in the Hawkins family, has never found the right woman.  His brothers are all happily married and he’s the only who is still single. Riding around the ranch he finds a skinny, terrified, poorly dressed woman in her late twenties.  He’s not attracted to her, but he wants to protect her. That turns out to be harder than he thought. Even with the help of his family, can he keep her alive?

As for future books, I’m hoping to write the next two books in The Foundation, Maggie’s story and Diane’s story, romantic suspense with a touch of women's fiction. After that, well we'll see have to see.

Now I’m off to check out what the rest of the writing group are working on. Please check out their posts.
Skye Taylor
Marci Baun
Dr. Bob Rich
Connie Vines
Helena Fairfax
A.J. Maguire
Victoria Chatham
Judith Copek
Fiona McGier
Rhobin L Courtright


  1. The Legend series sounds interesting as I like reading stories of women's empowerment. Good post, Beverley!

  2. The Foundation sounds like a really great series with women helping other woman and danger and foreign settings. Everything I like. You are putting me to shame with so many projects. Nice going. Good post.

  3. Beverley, that sounds like a fascinating project. I am happy to beta read when your books are ready for that.

  4. Beverly, Both series sound great (I love a good Western). Your covers a eye-catching too.

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  7. I'm impressed with folk who can write two entirely different genres at the same time. Good luck with the dual year end releases.