Dressed For Dying is now up at Kindle and Nook with a new cover done by Lex Valentine, an OCC member. Sean Madigan, a reporter in 1892 New York City, is after his first big murder story, a story that could make his career. Entangled in the story are the sweatshops where his sweetheart works. His chasing the story puts her in danger and he must keep her safe and get the story. Kindle – http://www.amazon.com/Dressed-For-Dying-ebook/dp/B007HQQC1G/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1331254339&sr=8-1-fkmr0
I am now two-thirds of the way through my new western time-travel titled A Chance for Love. Even with all of the classes I am teaching, I am finding time every week to work on the book. I hope to have the first draft done by the end of May.
This will be my granddaughterâ€™s first Easter and I am going to buy her an Easter dress. This is the first little girlâ€™s Easter dress I have ever gotten to buy. The boys were not really into Easter dresses. We are going out to dinner that night I am going to make sure she wears the dress. It is a great night to go out to eat since most everyone stays home.
Since my oldest son decided to put a new roof on the house and the leak in the bathroom roof is now fixed, I am redoing my front bathroom. My youngest, Rob, and I are going out on Thursday to pick out new tile for around the bathtub. It is so much fun to redecorate.
I am finding it hard to sit down and write now that the sun is out and it is warm. I think Iâ€™d rather be doing almost anything else. Iâ€™m waiting for Rob and his wife to come by with a recording of the babyâ€™s heart beat. It is pretty cool that they can record it.
Wow! It has been a week since I checked out the OCC blogs and I almost missed yours! I was in a tizzy trying to finish my short story for the Wild at Heart fundraising project, deadline was April 1. I am glad I got back into the swing of things.
Your new book sounds fascinating and the cover rocks – kudos to Lex Valentine and you for working with her!
I am glad to hear that you are looking forward to a fun Easter.
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