Well, The Valentine Wager released two weeks ago and yeah, I’m still in full promotion mode. The book signing at Whyte Horse winery was canceled because we had snowstorm the day before and the whole state was in red-alert emergency mode and roads were pretty much impassable. We’re setting a new spring date for that one, so that’s all good. Watch for me in late April or early May there.
I did end up signing at the Gal’s Guide Library in Noblesville yesterday and had an absolute blast. Right off, the folks at Gal’s Guide and Nickel Plate Arts are just delightful–so warm and welcoming. Thanks to Leah and Lisa and Josh and all the folks there who made me welcome and helped me set up and kept things going along smoothly. The building is so cool–an old historic house–and all in all, I had a great time. Thanks to all the readers who came out to buy a book or just stopped by to chat!
Coming up is my book blitz, with Prism Book Tours where I’ll be turning up all over the internet talking to book bloggers. There’s a fun rafflecopter giveaway with this blitz, so be sure to check it out–it all starts tomorrow! Hope you’ll come along for the ride and be sure to enter the giveaway because it’s sorta fun prizes. There’s a sweet bracelet, handmade by yours truly and my partner in swag, Moe, as well as a signed backlist book, a River’s Edge map notebook, and $10 Amazon gift card.
The Valentine Wager is also the Fresh Pick for February 13 over on Fresh Fiction–how awesome is that? I was thrilled and honored to be recognized! I love the buzz around The Valentine Wager and the Lange Brothers series–River’s Edge, Indiana, is becoming quite the destination town and wouldn’t that delight Mayor Megan Flaherty?
All in all, it’s been quite a ride with The Valentine Wager–a book I had so much fun writing. There’s more coming along in 2022–Falling for the Doctor releases in June and The Fireman’s Christmas Wish in October, so I hope you’ll hang out with me and get to know the Lange Brothers and enjoy more stories from River’s Edge.
Stay well, stay safe, wear your mask, be kind, and most of all, mes amies, be grateful!