Like I said, Don't panic! I just had stuff to say and figured, "Geepers, it's my website. I'll post when I want to post." And then I wondered about the word geepers. Who says that? Apparently I do, but only in flashbacks of thought processes I've had regarding posts on my blog. But I digress.
I just wanted to share a couple cool things with you and I figured you wouldn't mind if I messed up my own schedule in order to do so.
Knowing that a lot of you are readers, I thought I'd let you know about a fellow author with a book out that you might enjoy. It's historical fiction set in the early years of the United States. What the heck, how about a neat-o book hook:
They were the first generation of American-born citizens, charged to build a nation upon the framework of their Founding Fathers. When their Democracy was challenged once again, they picked up their muskets and went to war. They were farmers and mothers; entrepreneurs, visionaries and religionists; unprepared for the fight they faced."Dawn's Early Light," L.C. Lewis' 3rd book in her "Free Men and Dreamers" series, is out now and if you like US history or historical fiction, you should check it out. In the spirit of full disclosure I should tell you I haven't read the book but I know the author through the vast writer's pipeline. (One of these days I'm gonna play the "5-degrees of Separation" game on this blog and show you just how easily authors can be connected to one another--It's exceptionally frightening.)
Anyway... check out Dawn's Early Light at LC Lewis' website.
My Books News
I'm actually not allowed to tell you the big, big, big news about "Courting Miss Lancaster," but I'm dying to!! Maybe in time for Walkabout Wednesday. Perhaps I'll write on Tuesday and really throw off the Universe's Groove. Hard to say. But I'm having to force myself not to tell everyone!
Okay--I can't stand it. I'm just gonna tell you:
Sorry, after I typed it I had to erase, 'cause I'm really not allowed to say anything yet. Sorry. But, hey, I feel a little better.
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