February 2, 2020

Two Important Things for 2020

I realized that due to the genuinely overwhelming amount of social media I have been trying to juggle, there are two important things I haven't yet posted about here on the blog. And in fact, this post has been sitting in drafts when I thought I'd already published it! Whoops. (Don't want to miss things? Follow me on Patreon or sign up for my newsletter.)

The first is the ongoing mess with Romance Writers of America. At this point, you've almost certainly already heard of it, but if not, you can catch up here and read my lengthier thoughts here. The upshot is RWA has been torn apart by deeply rooted racism and other bigotry within its leadership, membership, and staff. The most important thing for you to know is that I stand with everyone calling for accountability and change, even if that means walking away from RWA entirely. Racism, homophobia, anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, ableism, and any other form of bigotry are not acceptable. They cannot be tolerated. 

When it comes to my own stories, I try to write inclusively and respectfully. Like everyone, I'm sure I have blind spots so I may not always succeed. But I promise to keep trying, and to listen and learn from criticism that may come my way.

In happier news, Summer Seduction is available for preorder at a special pre-release price of $0.99

Teaser featuring shirtless man braced on red brick wall and text: Tracy's stuck on her latest romance novel. Could Jeremy be just the inspiration she needs? Preorder now!

Keep in mind: This is a sexy contemporary romance novella. Check out the blurb or grab your copy here!

If you prefer sweet romances, this one isn't for you.
Instead, check out Taking Chances.

I think that's it for now, but you'll definitely be hearing more from me as we near the release (February 12th!). Meanwhile, don't forget to add Summer Seduction to your TBR! 💕


  1. it amazes me that blatant racism, etc, still goes on. the current 'mood' of the country is frightening. it takes strength and conviction to stand up for what you believe in and i applaud you aria
    sherry @ fundinmental

    1. Thank you, Sherry. We all need to stand up for our convictions, or things will get even more frightening.