ALWAYS FRIDAY is one of my favorite books, but it isn’t selling as well as most of my other ebooks. I love the purple cover with the peacock earrings (as well as the designer who created it), but now I don’t think it conveys the idea that this is a humorous contemporary romance–or even a romance at all. What do you think? I’ve come up with another cover for the story, which I think conveys the playful adventure and the love, laughter, and a little sizzle notion as well as the Galveston, Texas, setting. I call the new one “Feet.” (I’m already thinking I should move the title down a smidgen closer to his toes.)

Should I change the cover? I appreciate your input!

You can click on AMAZON to read the blurb for it. Hey, while we’re at it, could the blurb use some punching up? Luckily, my son is a creative director with an ad agency. Maybe I could get him to help revamp it. And If you have any ideas on any of my stuff, I’m all ears and open to suggestion. You can teach an old dog new tricks.

Thanks, y’all!



Hello Everybody!

Hello everybody from Jan Hudson! 

And no, I’m not dead yet. LOL

I’m hard at work re-editing and formatting many books in my fiction back list for e-publication. (They’ll also be getting new covers.) Included are a dozen or so of my early Bantam Loveswepts that rights have reverted to me. Look for WATER WITCH, THE RIGHT MOVES, and ALWAYS FRIDAY to be available for your favorite e-readers soon. The world has changed a lot since I first wrote these stories, and I have to give my characters smart phones, ipods, and new transportation–among other things. The love, laughter, and sizzle are still there.

Check back here for dates and details, but I’m hoping to have the first ones ready by March. Do you have any favorites you’d like to see next? Let me know.

In the meantime, if you’re into dreams and would like to know what your dreams mean, you can check my latest venture into non-fiction and read about my professional alter-ego at