I’m thrilled to be able to tell you all that I’ve recently signed a contract for my second novel! “Dark is the Sky” has been accepted by All Things That Matter Press and will be released later in 2011. I have to admit, I’m particularly excited about this novel. It was such a challenge to write, both technically and emotionally, and I can’t wait to share it with the world.
This is for all fans of contemporary women’s fiction who haven’t yet stumbled across my debut novel, Voices on the Waves. I’d love it if you would Join me at any of the stops on my May blog tour, where you’ll be able to read interviews and reviews, find out more about me and my writing, and even be in with a chance to win a free copy. Hope to see some of you there!
OK, I have a confession to make. I am possibly the world’s worst when it comes to keeping New Year’s resolutions. Oh, I start out all worthy and well-intentioned, but it’s never long — barely beyond March — before the excuses and prevarications set in. After all, I tell myself, the resolutions I made were only a rough guide, not set in stone. Will the sky really come crashing down on my head if I don’t meet them? Especially since it isn’t as if anyone else sticks to theirs either. Nowadays, I steer pretty clear of the whole New Year’s resolution tradition, although this year I have set myself a couple of general goals.