It is finally feeling like Fall! My apologies to my followers for having not posted anything over the past few weeks. October has just slipped on by me.
Earlier in the month, my family spent time with my Dad in Pennsylvania. It was a whirlwind visit, packed full of activities and a tribute/memorial for my mother which was difficult emotionally. When we returned, I decided to take a little break from anything Signs of Love and Deliverance related since the last six months most of my time had been focused on rewrites, editing, publishing and marketing it. The publishing and marketing is so very new to me and I’m still fumbling around it. I probably will for years to come.
During my little break, I have been working on getting my house ready for the winter to come which is still in progress. I’m not much of a housekeeper. Also, I have been reading a lot, working a bit on some new story ideas and doing a bit of writing. And, to top it all off, we are still dealing with the ongoing teenage drama.
Next on my agenda is writing Signs of Love and Deliverance’s sequel. I have had several readers ask when it will be coming out and the only answer I have is, it will happen when it happens. I have the story started but it is no where near ready to be done. I’m only in the developing stage of the story, not even a first draft yet and only a working title. But be assured, I am working on it.
In the meantime, go read Signs of Love and Deliverance if you haven’t already. If you are unsure you will like it, go check out my previous blogs for excerpts and featured characters or download a sample of the novel onto your kindle. If you have already read Signs and want to read what I’m reading, go check out some of the authors I have featured previously. In the next week or so, I will feature another author I like to read, so be sure to swing on by and check that out.
Next week, I will feature the beautiful and sassy female Captains of the Deliverance Society. They are fierce, strong women who know how to kick some butt, and like the men, they are introduced in Signs. Make sure you come by to check them out.
Until next week, have a fabulous week and weekend and keep on reading!