One Month

28 Sep

Greetings, authors, readers, and members of the general public who just happened to stumble upon my humble blog!

I am posting this on the eve of my return to the USA.  Tonight I am going to fall asleep in Ireland and tomorrow night I will be passing out in America.

Despite valiant attempts to write while on the Emerald Isle for the past 2.5 weeks, I must admit I have failed miserably.

However, the one-month-until-my-wedding-date mark is just about upon us, and after the joys of that grand event have blurred past, I plan on forcing myself back on track and finishing the final edit of my second novel, Semester of Thursdays, due to be released some time in December.

I will be posting chapters from the aforementioned work in just a few weeks time.  So keep an eye out for soon-to-be-resurrected Friday Chapters.  Also, as of right now it looks like I won’t be able to rejoin the SSS world until after the wedding.  (Events like Dress Fittings, Bachelorette Parties, Bridal Showers, etc. seem to be interrupting my regularly scheduled broadcasts)  Still, SSS continues to provide readers with some fab material, so I strongly urge you to check out the talented authors found there.

Having said that, I’d like to offer a word of THANKS to anyone and everyone who has bought a copy of my debut novel, The Mirrors at Barnard Hall, those of you who have taken the time to write reviews, AND fans have spread the word about my book.  With the help of your word-of-mouth marketing, September sales have shown a 35% increase over August’s numbers!

Loyal readers ROCK!

Happy reading, writing–and traveling.



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