5 Weeks…



Social distancing got you down?

A little bored at home and wish you had something fun to read?

Well, I’ve got you covered.

Ben Jordan is about to have his perfectly ordered life turned upside down. Taylor Madison is a complication he never expected. The question he must answer is whether his free-living bachelor status is worth giving up on a chance at love. 

Hometown Player by Jules Hahn will be available on May 11, 2020, at Amazon KINDLE, Baker & Taylor Digital, BNC BiblioShare, Google Books/Play, iBookstore Apple, KOBO, Nook, Overdrive, and of course, Wild Rose Press, my publishing house.

Coming soon…Hometown Player

Excerpt from Hometown Player

Watching his dark stare take in every inch of her, Taylor had a momentary worry her knees would buckle. Her heart fluttered, and she forced herself to walk toward the restroom. Casually, so to appear unaffected, she slid open the bathroom door and stepped inside. As the door closed, the sound of laughter and music dulled to a low hum.

Closing her eyes, she inhaled a deep breath. Then, hurrying across the room, she pressed her hands against the cool edges of the sink and stared in the mirror.

Get your act together, Madison.

He wasn’t the first man she’d enticed—but hot damn—he stoked an almost unquenchable fire deep inside. 

Time to say yes to you!

If you’ve got a moment, take a listen to my podcast on why you shouldn’t waste another moment on your writing journey.  When you’re finished, shoot me a line at JulesAHahn@gmail.com.

Happy listening…

Coming soon…Hometown Player

Late summer, my editor asked me to come up with a plan to market Welcome to Aberdeen. At that time, I had no clue. After all, I’ve never published a book before, so I really had no idea how to promote one. So, I did what all curious people do…I searched the internet and stumbled upon an author who wrote a short story to complement her upcoming novel. This information got the wheels turning in my head.

A few years ago, eager to remain in Ben’s world, I created a short story about him prior to Lily’s arrival into Aberdeen. I delved into his life as a player, and scribbled out a quick story about a woman setting her sights on him only to lose out time and again until the very end. I loved the story, but knew it was only a short and probably wouldn’t go far.

Oh, was I wrong. I approached my editor about the story and my idea to market it as a ‘prequel’ to W2A.  She accepted my idea with the caveat I make some changes and get them to her quickly. So, over three days, I re-wrote the whole story – 20,000 words and came up with Hometown Player. If possible, I’m even more in love with Ben. I love his history, his personality, his character, and now, happily I can say, Hometown Player will soon be published. I just received the cover and the blurb, which I’ve included here.

Hometown Player will come out a month before Welcome to Aberdeen, and if you ask me, both are wonderful. At least, I think they are. Every time I read them, and trust me, I’ve scoured those books thousands of times, I sigh at the end. Maybe I’m a sap, or maybe I’m just in love with my story, but either way, I think they are incredible, and I hope you will too.

So, without further ado, here’s the blurb and the AMAZING cover, which I just think is the hottest thing I’ve ever seen!

Hope you look forward to seeing them in print as much as I am!

Taylor Madison has two goals—enjoy her semester break and to forget the past year—that is until she spots Ben Jordan. She’s not looking for love from the avowed bachelor, but she isn’t opposed to a quick dalliance, either. Soon, though, her heart gets entangled, forcing her to decide whether to play things safe or risk everything on the one person notorious for breaking hearts.

Hot shot, Ben Jordan, has it made. The young police chief of Aberdeen has his pick of women. He plays the game straight—no exchanges of personal numbers and no second dates­. Once he meets Taylor, all his carefully crafted rules are called into question. Now he must choose whether to let his past haunt him or take a chance on a future.

Oh, lovely rain

Only in Arizona, does one go outside in the rain and hail. A monsoon storm at the end of September is better than no monsoon at all! Cheers to the weather person for making my night.

My babies

img_0122I don’t want to brag…cough…cough, but I’ve actually kept these pretties alive for one whole week. Anyone who knows me, knows that is quite an accomplishment. Under my care, most plants are on death row. Sigh. The struggle is real.

A day in the life of Jules

So, here it goes – this example is what my day, Monday through Friday, looks like –

  • wake at 2:30 am.
  • Have a cup of coffee
  • 3:00 am, begin writing or editing
  • 4:00 am, walk the dog
  • 4:30 am, ready myself for work
  • 5:00 am, write or edit until 7:00 am
  • 7:00 am, Hi-Ho, Hi-Ho, it’s off to work I go.
  • 4:30 pm, come home, visit with family
  • 5:00 pm, pick up laptop and begin writing again.
  • 6:00 pm, eat dinner.
  • 6:30 pm, walk the dog
  • 7:30 pm, go to bed
  • Hit repeat.

Saturday and Sunday is a whole new adventure – six to eight hours each day writing. Ah…that’s the sweet stuff.

Such is the life of a wanna-be author, and I wouldn’t change a thing – well, except maybe be a world-famous author…wink, wink.

Hometown Player

Just signed my second contract with Wild Rose Press for the prequel to welcome to Aberdeen-Hometown Player. Now, the work begins…editing…ugh, I’m the worst at the job.

Prequel to Welcome to Aberdeen

Feeling accomplished…spent two full days working on the prequel to my book Welcome to Aberdeen.

Not sure what it will be called. Maybe The Game?

According to the publishing house, the book will be out about a month before WTA.

Can’t wait. Both are so close now.