Last month I mentioned my upcoming book. The book is available for preorder for a short time at 99 cents. Grab your copy before the price goes back to the $3.99 regular price.
Besides the new book, I’ve tried a new adventure. I’ve created a book trailer with the help of my granddaughters, who introduced me to the iMovie app on my iPad. Check out the book trailer here. I hope you enjoy it.
This is the fourth book in my Kellersburg series. The first three books in the series were originally published by Harlequin Love Inspired. I received the rights back to those books, and I have reissued them with new covers, but I kept the original titles because they all went together. These three books were part of a three-book contract. When I finished the books and thus fulfilled my contract, I talked to my editor about doing more books in the series, but she seemed unenthusiastic about more books in the series, so I moved on to something else. Since I had a chance to revisit this series, I decided to add another book. I also have an idea in mind for a fifth book in the series.
My Pinecrest series and my Dalton Brothers series were originally published by a traditional publisher, and they each have three books. The books in my Front Porch Promises series are all original indie books except the first book, and there are seven books in that series. My Dalton Brothers series will always have only three books because I don’t intend to create another brother. My Pinecrest series will remain at three books also. However, this series is related to my Front Porch Promises series because four secondary characters who were children in the Pinecrest series have their own grownup love stories in the Front Porch Promises series.
What do you consider the best number of books for a series? I will give away an ebook copy of the first book in one series, winner’s choice, to one person who leaves a comment. I will draw the winning name at 9 PM MST on March 25, 2021.
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