Yeah! I’ve sent Falling for Katie through to Amazon review. Release date will be 19th April 2019 – that’s Good Friday. My Easter present to you all.
So, how about a cover? All done too.
This romantic suspense will keep you turning the pages.
Running a business isn’t as easy as it appears, which is something Katie Gowen figures out when she opens a flower nursery.
While on a delivery she’s snowed in at the hotel and must delay her return journey. When she can leave she crashes. Found with amnesia, she is held against her will. With no leads the police are stumped, and her parents call in a private investigator.
Finlay Gallach never wanted to return to Gretna. Bad memories still plague him, and he still carries the scars from a painful childhood. However, as he opens the email, which asks him to help with Katie’s case, his heart pounds at the photo of the woman. With no choice but to return, Finlay realises his own heart cannot be saved.
Can Katie be saved? Will her memory return and what about the boyfriend she already has?
Read their story as it unfolds with twists you won’t see coming.
Yeah, first edits for Falling for Katie are back. Now the hard work begins. No rest for the wicked, right.
In other works, the Christmas release has made it to 40,000 words and going strong.
Nearly a year after publishing my first book, I’ve learnt so much.
A lot of googling, Facebook groups/friends and twitter friends, have made me improve so much. Marketing still scares me, but not as much. Books have sold, reviews have appeared – most are good too. That takes a bit to get used too.
I’ve still got a lot to learn, but my writing is now stronger an better. So here’s to my next release.
With Falling for a Duke now successfully launched and I’ve only lost one preorder, had several sales since and KU reads, I’m quite a happy bunny.
So, what’s next?
Well, I’ve been gifted three lovely cover for my ‘Magic of Scotland’ series, but I’m not up to working on them yet. Instead, I’m working on ‘The Legend of Tiarne’. It’s a bit out of my comfort zone, still a romance, so it’s taking time and I’m spending time sorting out the first few chapters. In other words I’ve ditched I’ve ditched 20000 words for the moment. They will go back in later.
But most of my time is doing my final edits of the next ‘Romancing in Scotland’ book, before sending it to the editor. At over 90000 words, it’s the longest book yet and this will take time.
Wish me luck, I’m gonna need it.