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Happy April! I'm so happy that spring has finally arrived! Here in northwest Louisiana all the trees and flowers are blooming, bees are buzzing and folks are cranking up their lawn mowers! The cold days of winter are behind us and I've packed away my sweaters and jackets. I'm looking forward to not only enjoying the beauty of God's spring bounty but also the beautiful celebration of Easter this month.
On the writing front, I'm excited about the upcoming Barbara Vey's Reader Appreciation Luncheon . It's my first time to attend and I've heard such wonderful things about it. I'm working on what kind of giveaways I'll have for those who sit at my table and I'm having fun putting it all together. I plan to post pictures on my facebook page, so if you haven't gotten around to 'liking' me yet, here's the LINK.
And I'm also pleased to report that I've started working on the next of my Turnabout stories. This one will feature Eloise Legget, the niece of Doc Pratt, who makes her first appearance in my upcoming November book, Her Holiday Family. The hero of this book, Zach Cooper, is someone new to Turnabout and is quite different from any hero I've done in the past. You can look for this one next May.
Once again I've got some great guests lined up for my Spotlight Interviews.
My spotlight author this month is a wonderful writer, Sharon Srock. You can check out her interview over on my AUTHOR VIP page.
For my April giveaway, Sharon has graciously agreed to offer a digital copy of her book, Pam, to one of my lucky newsletter subscribers. So if you're not already subscribed, be sure to click on the newsletter button over on the left side of this page.
Holly Lorincz, from the MacGregor Literary Agency, is my Industry Spotlight for the month of April. Look for her interview on my INDUSTRY VIP page.
And last but not least, here's my quote for the month.
"To make a mistake is only an error in judgment, but to adhere to it when it is discovered shows infirmity of character." ~Carl Sagan