A lot has happened since I last posted. For one, I’m going to re-release FINDING KYLIE next month, as my previous publisher and I are finally free from one another. I won’t get into the details, as I don’t believe in airing grievances in public. So, let’s just say it was less than an ideal situation. On a positive note – now I get to brush up and release FINDING KYLIE the way I wanted to begin with, with an updated & pleasing cover.
The main reason for posting today is to let you know that
COMING HOME is releasing next month!
For those of you, who have read either FINDING KYLIE or FACING REDEMPTION, you’ll recognize Anne LaSal, the ever supportive best friend. She finally gets her own story in COMING HOME and introduces you to her sister, Grace. Grace gets her own story in 2015, with SAVING GRACE (releasing in the spring).
So far the reviews, from my beta readers for COMING HOME have been spectacular. This week Blogcritics Magazine posted this article about COMING HOME, which gave history on both books and led into Anne’s story. If you skip to the bottom, it reads:
There are times when a story just comes together. When there is that combination of characters, story, and feel that creates that entertaining read. Coming Home is one of those times. It is an engaging read with a storyline that not only will keep you entertained, but the ending has so many twists and turns, it will keep you guessing until the final page. Still, as good as the story is, to me, to me the true test of a book is the characters and how believable they are. Coming Home does not disappoint. I still find myself wanting to go back and read more.
Coming Home is not due out until August 23, 2014, so in the meantime, if you haven’t already, you can always go out and get the author’s previous books Finding Kylie and Facing Redemption.
If you’re in the Oklahoma City area, I’d love to have you at the Book Launch party. RSVP at the event page, here, Coming Home book launch party. If you can’t drop by, pick up your own copy on Amazon, Kindle, Nook, or Smashwords. If there’s another e-book format you’d prefer, drop me a comment to let me know and I’ll start working on it.