Here it is almost September and I've done far fewer booksignings and events this year than usual. But I haven't been (too) idle! Mainly because I've spent more time writing and editing than usual. The editing had to do with the new edition of Disguise for Death to be released by The Wild Rose Press, hopefully before too much longer. Editing is finished, waiting for galley proof. Here's a sneak peak at the cover! Stay tuned for release date.
When Royce Thorne's policeman husband was killed in the line of duty, her life changed in more ways than is usual for a widow. But there were compensations, as readers will discover.
I finally finished Cam Locke's third adventure. I hope future readers like it as much as critique readers did, though they had plenty of small editing suggestions to make it better! Taylor was right, the case certainly put some pressure on Cam Locke, Private Investigator.
In addition to all the above activities, I have another novel finished and ready to self-pub. The title is Sweetwater Deception and is set in Georgia, where I grew up. The book was one I did a first draft for during last November's National Novel Writing Month, often referred to as NanoWriMo. It's main protagonist, Dana Tucker Pennington, is also a Georgia native who must confront secrets from her past when she returns to the farm where she grew up. I don't anticipate that it will turn into another series, but who knows? Watch for it in online venues!