Soon it will be warm enough to sit outside and read in the warm sunshine, either stretched out on a lounger, or maybe on a blanket on the grass, or maybe, just laying on the grass. After the winter some of us have had, many of us can hardly wait for those days to be here.
In the meantime, the couch and a fuzzy blanket will have to do.
If you’re here to check out my next book, it’s nearly that time again.
My next book is out April 1st. After that I’m trying an indie project with some friends, and we’re having a lot of fun with it. The set is tentatively called July in Mistletoe Springs, and we’ve made up a town called… Mistletoe Springs. We’ve made a map, and the main streets are called by our own names. Yes, in our fictional town of Mistletoe Springs, there is Sattler Avenue. As you can guess, we’re having a lot of fun with our little fictional town.
Speaking of streets named after people, I had an aunt who was a councilperson in Winnipeg, and she had a real street in a real city named after her, Jorowski Cove, in Winnipeg, MB. What a tremendous honor.
But I digress. That new book will be out July 1st in ebook as a novella set with four other authors, more to follow as July comes closer.
In the meantime, I invite you to check out my next release, Dating The Best Man.
Could Cory Bellanger Be More Than a Friend?
The tall, dark and handsome forest ranger has a way of making Daphne Carruthers feel safe. Her brother’s buddy is also awakening feelings deeper than friendship. Daphne wants to believe in the future Cory’s offering, but first she must come to terms with her painful past.
Helping Daphne recover from a difficult relationship, Cory knows he has to be careful where her heart is concerned. And Cory is hiding a secret of his own that could destroy the fragile trust they’re starting to build. Can he stop their pasts from sabotaging their future together—and convince Daphne he’s the best man for her?
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