Tuesday, October 23, 2012


There is nothing like 70+ degree weather in late October. It gives the senses a false indication that winter is still far away.

Alas, my deadlines loom despite the beautiful weather.

I have been busy editing the second book in the World In-between series. Book two will be called Bow of the Moon. The mock-up of the cover looks great. I am so excited and can’t wait to see it finished. The description is still in draft mode.

What I can share about the new book is that we learn more about the mysterious Watcher and archer, Declan. Berty and company venture to new places in the world on the other side of the portal. We meet Delyth’s brother, Telor, the Crown Prince of Fairyland. Hope, Berty’s young niece, plays an integral part in the story line. More action, magic, and love entwine throughout Bow of the Moon.

Once the cover and description are finished, I will post them here for a pre-publication peek. If all goes well, then Bow of the Moon will be launched in early December.

In the meantime, both The World In-between and Tricentennial are gathering good reviews and ratings.

Whilst I return to my editing, I wish everyone a Hauntingly Happy Halloween.

Happy Reading!


  1. I can't believe you write everything out longhand. I don't think I could work that way. I think by the time I finish writing a sentence out I would forget the thought I had.

    Can't wait for the cover preview.

    1. It's my process. I write more quickly than I type. Typing becomes my first edit.

      Love seeing the cover come together.