Alas, my loyal readers, I find myself in a pickle. As you may recall, I have promised that Gerald, nurse Lucia’s would-be suitor in Lucia’s Lament, would be given his own story. That story, I thought, would be my upcoming novel, Winnie’s Wish. However, the historical figure who has presented herself as the epicenter of Winnie’s Wish, was born at least 80 years too soon for Gerald to be included in her story.
Thus, the dilemma. Shall I ignore the rantings and ravings of a spoiled British Princess, who wants this book to be about her, in order to continue with our dashing Gerald’s tale? Or, shall I tell dear Gerald to wait, and succumb to the Princess and the intriguing politics of King George III’s royal court in the late 1700’s?
Thoughts? Feelings? Rantings? Ravings? I’m open to suggestions, my friends.
Happy Launch Day, everyone!
I’m so excited I can hardly sit still. In fact, I’m so excited that I’m going to give away a prize every hour on the hour from 10 am until 8 pm MDT. All you have to do is show up at my Facebook Launch Party and make a comment so I know you’re there. Those that have been participating are already entered, but feel free to comment again. I’ll be popping in and out, chatting with all of you, as my schedule permits, and will be announcing winners each hour until the GRAND PRIZE announcement at 9 pm MDT. Are as excited as I am? Let’s Party!
P.S. Don’t forget that digital copies of A Song for a Soldier are available on Amazon starting today!
I just received feedback from another beta reader and I’m smiling from ear to ear! She said,
“Wow, another awesome book. It is amazing to me how each of your books are totally different in subject, topic and style. They each “feel” different. I think maybe this one is my favorite.”
Music to this author’s ears!
Oh, have you entered the Awesome Autumn Book Giveaway, yet? If not, you’ll want to do that now. One lucky winner will win all 12 books! Enough to keep you reading ’til Christmas.