Sunday, February 3, 2013

Seals, the Other Kind by Terry Spear

Okay, so they may not be hot SEAL types like in To Tempt the Wolf, (but you note the playful romance going on?)

A SEAL in Wolf's Clothing or

 A SEAL in Wolf's Clothing

A SEAL Wolf Christmas....
A SEAL Wolf Christmas: Oct 1, 2013  

But they're still cute, right?   And here's what you get when you mix up a male SEAL with a female SEAL...or seal...a baby seal. :)  Or in my wolf SEAL's werewolves... Got that straight?

BIG happening on Tuesday, Feb 5, btw!

The Highland wolf hunks are back! Think, trip to Grand Cayman Island, a little fun and sun, a little snorkeling, a little playful wolf tactics, a LOT hot....he might not be wearing a kilt until the end of the book, but whatever he's wearing, or not wearing...Duncan gets attention. :)  

A Howl for a Highlander


And the winner for last week is: Sherry!

 It's been kind of crazy around here juggling 5 books at once--A Howl for a Highlander book release, final read through on A Highland Werewolf Wedding, 1st edits on A SEAL Wolf Christmas edits, 1st edits on Jaguar Fever, and finishing up Silence of the Wolves. I only had one place where I called the hero in a current book by the hero's name from a different book. :) Hey, they WERE from the same wolf pack...or was it the jaguars? Can't remember now. LOL  :) Blog tour and reading the Ritas.

What about you? Are you able to multi-task? Or do you have to get one project at a time done first?

Have a great Sunday! And speaking of seals...back to A SEAL Wolf Christmas edits! 

"Giving new meaning to the term alpha male where fantasy IS reality!"


  1. I've learned to juggle. Writing one thing, editing another, plotting something else and writing blog posts. If someone had told me two years ago how many balls I’d have in the air, I might have freaked out.
    BTW I love the seal pics so cute!

  2. I remember thinking when a big NY published author was complaining to us peons how she had so many books to juggle at once--we'd all love to be in her shoes. :) LOL Thanks on the seals! I caught the one just as they began to play! They were cute. And the baby seal was plum tuckered out for naptime. :)

  3. Amen, from the bottom of my heart! I'm juggling, too. Ain't it a great feelin' when the music stops and we didn't let a single ball drop!

  4. LOL, I so agree, Carolyn!!! And every time I send in a book that's truly done and ready to come out, I'm ready to howl to the moon. :)

  5. As a new author, I'm still learning, but I'm actually surprised that I'm handling multi-tasking very well. New release, blog tour, copy/edits, working on the new one, day job, kids, family...

    I just have to remember to breathe.

    Love the seals!

  6. Aren't they cute, Victoria? I find that the more I have to do, the more I can get done. It's really weird, but when I'm in between projects, I feel...lost. :)

  7. I think one has to juggle more than one thing - if you're a wife or mother you have no choice lol.

  8. I so agree, Catslady!! I think that's why women can do so much at once. They have to.

  9. No, I cannot multi-task, I can only mess up one thing at a time.

    Congratulations on your Book of the Month at Long and Short, you!

  10. LOL, Grace, it depends on what I'm multi-tasking at. I'll be so engrossed in writing, I've burned up my dinner a time or three!!!! In fact I burned up 2 lunches in one day!!!!

    Thanks on the win!!! That was a real struggle!!! Talk about conflict. I started out at 9% and the top dog had 48%. We battled way into the wee hours of the morning--I was still working on SEAL Wolf Christmas way past midnight--and my Highland wolf finally bested her erotic hero. In the words of the Immortal Highlander: There can be only one. :)

  11. I try to multi-task...whether that means I am doing several things less than efficiently or not finishing lots of projects, I am not sure, lol.

  12. LOL, Elf!!! True here too. I do have a lot of ongoing projects, halfway done. :)