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Dream Wreakers

I’ve been getting a lot of questions recently about the Dream Wreaker series.  I’m glad so many of you liked Cael and Derek’s stories.  I thought I had a really unique concept.  Everybody else writes about vampires and shape-shifters.  (I can’t get past the fur issue.)  I liked writing something totally different, and the world of sleep is fascinating to me.  Unfortunately, the publisher, Pocket Books, chose not to continue the series.  Sad, I know.   Tony and Zane’s stories are still sitting in my head, but they’ve had to move aside for other ideas.  I still have hopes of one day writing them, but it’s rare that another publisher will pick up a series started by a competitor.  I’m ready, though.  If the opportunity arises, I’m all over it.

15 Comments

  1. Nicole

    Try sending it to another publisher. you never know if they’ll decide to pick it up. I’d love to hear Tony and Zane’s stories. Im starting Cael’s story tomorrow. I love Derek’s. 🙂

  2. Lori Meyer

    While I enjoy reading about vampires and werewolves and do constantly, I loved the Dream Wreaker’s stories! I read them both twice and so badly want more! I hope the publisher realizes how incredibly unique and awesome they are!

  3. kellie

    i love the dream wreakers book i really want to read the next two books i can’t stop reading the two i’ve got even if you scream it out to publisher’s to take it on they are so good just love them

  4. Kimberly

    Thanks, Kellie. I’ll keep trying. It’s good to know that people like you are enjoying the books that are out there.

  5. Cyndi

    I was going to ask about this series. Loved it. I’m happy I found this blog, but sorry to hear the publisher did not want to continue. What are they thinking?

  6. Amber

    Is there any way that we can make it known to Pocket Books how much we all love series and that they should continue it? Will some iniiative help with them picking the series back up?

  7. Kimberly

    Hi Amber. I love that you’re ready to mount a battle for these books. I actually don’t think we need to bring the publisher into things. I’m testing the waters of self-publishing, starting this week with EVERLASTING. If it does well and shows to me that self-pubbing is a viable alternative, I’m strongly considering continuing the series that way. Hint: I’d appreciate you passing the word on about my new release. I need all the marketing support I can get!

  8. Josette

    I was really bummed to read that the series wasn’t continued. I really enjoyed them and looked forward to all of the brothers stories 🙁

    I think you had a terrifically unique idea, and, although I love all of the other paranormal books out there, it was great to have a new concept to read. I loved the world you created with the Dream Wreckers.

  9. Linda

    Hi Kimberly,
    I loved these two books. If the publisher won’t continue them, you could self-publish them
    (we use Dog Ear). Sound like there are a lot of people like me who keep checking in to
    see if any other books are out.

    We’ve done 3 children’s books and a political book with Dog Ear, and they’re great.

    Will keep checking. …Linda

  10. Kimberly

    Hi Linda,

    I wasn’t ready to announce it yet, but I am working on a third Dream Wreakers book that I plan to self-publish. I’m halfway through a first draft, but I need to fulfill other writing commitments first. I can’t really give you a timeline, but you can be happy to know it’s in the works.

    In the meantime, I’ve got Lexie coming out in October and an erotica story coming out with Mischief Publishing, tentatively in December.

    Kimberly

  11. Heather

    So looking forward to the third Dream Wreakers book! I had the opportunity to review Derek’s story when it came out– loved it and I’m so excited to learn there will be more! 🙂

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