I am super excited to let you all know that A Chance Encounter in Pemberley Woods is now available through Kindle Unlimited. If you don’t know, Kindle Unlimited is a program through Amazon in which you pay one monthly price and can read as many KU books as you want.
I’m excited for this next stage for my little book!
When one project closes, I tend to get a pulse of energy to review, reorganize, and reboot. What’s working for us? What’s not? Now that the blog tour for A Chance Encounter at Pemberley Woods is over, I’m looking forward and examining the multiple facets of my life. It strikes me that I am very busy, but it’s a purposeful busyness. A chosen way of living right now, in this season of my life.
So as I look ahead, I’m feeling full of energy about upcoming projects, ideas, and plans. I have three writing projects in the revision stage–two adult romance novels, and a young adult fantasy/romance. I’m excited to get these projects ready for some beta readers.
I also have a chicken coop to build! I’m excited and scared about that one. It will involve circular saws and drills. Yikes.
Isn’t it beautiful?? It’s from The Garden Coop, and I’m so excited about it. It will have plenty of room for our five hens, AND it’s modular. So I can expand the run later if I want. But first I have to build it. *Gulp*
Here is the official schedule for my blog tour. What is a blog tour? I hear you ask. I shall tell you. A group of talented and generous ladies have welcomed me onto their blogs to share something about either myself, or my new book. At each stop, a fun tidbit, interview, vignette, or review will be shared.
How do I follow along?
I will be posting links all over the shop. But if you happen to miss those, just Google the name of the blog and you’ll find the post! There’s also chances to win a copy of my e-book!
The blog tour starts TODAY! So head on over to So Little Time… and check out the first stop on my blog tour!!
Sun is shinin’ in the sky There ain’t a cloud in sight It’s stopped rainin’ everybody’s in the play And don’t you know It’s a beautiful new day, hey hey
I am packing up and taking my little family to Florida for a whole week! We are pretty excited. When I come back, there will be a blog tour AND baby chicks. I couldn’t help myself. I may have added three more birds to my flock. A Rhode Island Red, a Speckled Sussex, and a Partridge Cochin. Now to build a bigger coop…
But all that will wait until after we say hello to Mr. Blue Sky in Florida! See you all on September 9!
P.S. The quote above is fromMr. Blue Sky by the Electric Light Orchestra.
The dates and stops for my blog tour are all set and ready! The tour will begin on September 9, and run until September 21. There will be excerpts from my novel, brand new vignettes, reviews, and giveaways! There will also be a character interview, and an interview with yours truly! I’m so excited for all the fun to start!
The blogs, the dates
I am so honored to have so many talented bloggers hosting me in September. First up is So little time… Candy will be hosting me on September 9. I will post a link to each stop on my Facebook page. That way, you don’t have to keep track!
Remember, there will be lots of giveaways! Please join me as I tour my way around the Austenesque world!
My daughter came up with that very clever title for me. She knows titles aren’t my strong suit.
I’m very excited to announce that a cover reveal date for A Chance Encounter in Pemberley Woods has been set! Meredith at Austenesque Reviews is hosting my cover reveal on August 28th! I am beyond excited. Janet Taylor has been working hard on the cover, and I’m so excited to share it with everyone. I hope you love it as much as I do!
The blog tour for my book will run from September 9-21. Stay tuned for more information about which blogs are participating!
I am so excited to announce that my book, A Chance Encounter in Pemberley Woods, will be published by Meryton Press at the end of this month! Stay tuned for exact dates for the cover reveal, pre-order, publication, and blog tour!
I am a strange mixture of excitement and nerves. Sharing a story is akin to revealing a part of your inner life to the wide world. However, I must say that I am so happy to be able to share my story with everyone. Cheers to the end of the month!