I’m moving!

Dear Readers,

As I’ve mentioned before, I have an auto-immune disease and the climate in Colorado is hard on me. Thus far I’ve coped because I adore being close to my adorable granddaughters, but it’s getting more pronounced and affecting the quality of my everyday life as well as my writing schedule. So while I had not anticipated doing this for a few more years yet, I’m putting my house up for sale and moving to Southern California.

I’m super excited because I found a cute little bungalow that is perfect! I signed the lease and I’m moving later this month- it’s a little sooner than I was planning, but sometimes life is like that. The best part is that it’s very close to the beach which I love. Water has always been a prime focus for me- it’s both soothing and inspirational, so I can’t wait to be living practically next door to it. 

Needless to say, I have a lot to do, especially since I’m still optimistic that I can get Spellbinder done on schedule. In order to maximize my writing time, I’m holding off on new snippets for a few months and cutting back on social media. You’ll still see me poke my head out once in a while, but I really need to hunker down in my writing cave for a bit.

Wishing you much love and happiness,


7 Responses

  1. Sue Dean says:

    We will miss you, (I’m a Colorado native) hope the move helps you. I’m looking forward to your next book and more on the elder races.

  2. Melinda says:

    Thea ~ Have a great move and I’m sure your granddaughters will love coming to visit you at the beach! I look forward to your upcoming books.

  3. Nicky says:

    I hope the move is going well for you and that you will be fit again soon
    I also hope that you have wide books of elder Race
    I love them all
    And I’m curious how it goes on

    Sorry for my english, im from Austria

    • Charlotte says:

      Hi Nicky! Thanks for the well-wishes! Thea is currently working on Spellbinder (Moonshadow book 2) but she does have plans for more Elder Races books. 🙂

    • Esther says:

      Many U.S. citizens only speak one language. No apology required, as far as I’m concerned. At least you can communicate in other languages than your first one.

  4. Karen says:

    Good luck with the move. Health comes first so I am sure all your loyal readers can survive if we need to wait a little bit longer for the next book. Good luck and hope that everything goes well with the move and settling in.

  5. Tiffany says:

    Aw, I hope the climate change helps! And although I love the elder races, I can wait for you to do what you need to feel better! Good luck with the move