Sunday Snippet: The Settling Back In Edition
It’s me again! Time for just a plain old Sunday Snippet since I’m back home from Hawaii and settling into normal Editor and Author Nan life. Laundry, a new editing gig, laundry, walking the ‘hood with neighbor Mary, reviewing copy edits on book 2 in the Weaver Sisters series, writing…oh, and did I mention laundry?
I have a serious case of jet lag–feeling like I could sleep for a week, but I’m trying to get my circadian rhythms back to what they should be. Weird that I’m suffering jet lag from traveling across three time zones the same week that we here in the Midwest spring forward. My body has no idea what time it is.
This week, Husband turns another year older, so celebration will be in order, plus I’ll be getting deeper into promotion for the first Weaver Sisters trilogy book, Home to River’s Edge, which releases April 18 and is currently available for pre-order. Reviews from ARC readers are coming in and making my heart sing! Check this one out…
Another Gem from Nan Reinhardt
“The charm of River’s Edge never seems to fade even as we start into a third trilogy in this charming little town. Jasmine and Eli’s story was sweet and funny with just enough history to keep things interesting. This is the first time I’ve read a romance involving a Washington insider and I love how the book incorporated such a fraught topic in ways that enhanced Jasmine’s character. Another great cozy [read] that stands alone and works well with everything that came before.”
Watch here and on Facebook for announcements and fun around this book launch. Here’s the back cover blurb for Jasmine and Eli’s story:
She’s determined to start a new chapter, so why is she still drawn to a man from her past?
When Jasmine Weaver, the chief of staff to a powerful D.C. congresswoman, chose integrity, she didn’t anticipate ringing in the New Year disgraced, unemployed, and sleeping in her childhood bedroom. Now back in River’s Edge, Indiana, identical triplet Jazz has her sisters’ support while she plans her next steps. She agrees to lead the committee for their high school’s fifteenth reunion, never dreaming that her co-chair is the man who broke her teenage heart.
As the new CEO of Walker Construction, Elias Walker has taken the family business to new levels of success. He’s buried himself in work to ease the grief of losing his fiancé several years earlier and wants nothing more than to be a carpenter again. Elias grudgingly agrees to co-chair the high school’s reunion committee, but when Jazz Weaver blows into town, suddenly anything seems possible.
These high school sweethearts have lived half their lives apart. Can they reinvent themselves back in the town where it all began?
When I used to travel, I remember how jet lag effected me. It was the same way for a couple of weeks after I got home. I can’t wait to read Home to River’s Edge.
I’m surprised at how much it has hit me, but this is only the second time in my life I’ve crossed this many time zones in a week. Glad you’re looking forward to the read, sweets!
Glad you had a wonderful time in Hawaii. Looking forward to the new book.
Thanks for stopping by, Carolyn! It was a great trip!
I think you need a week or so of normalcy, but glad everything’s okay.
Normalcy? What’s that? I think you are right on, Lizzie! Hugs!