Click here to read my January 2021 newsletter with updates about Finch's Crossing and Wander Creek, plus book suggestions and January promos.
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My new series, Wander Creek, will be released March 15! This uplifting series celebrates friendship, second chances and the joys of a life well-lived, all against the backdrop of small-town living. In the first book, A Place to Start, you'll meet Abby Barrett, whose imploded life appears to be on a permanent hold until an anonymous benefactor presents her with an outrageous second chance to turn things around. Read the first two chapters now, then pre-order on Amazon.
I can't wait for you to read the fourth Finch's Crossing book, Winter. All the gossip, mystery and negativity surrounding the eldest Hamilton sister in the first three books are finally resolved. You'll learn there's more to Winter than her icy demeanor. She may be high-maintenance, but she's also vulnerable. With the help of a handsome doctor and a no-nonsense, take-no-prisoners home health aide, Winter just might overcome her selfishness and her many other shortcomings.
Read the first two chapters here. You may also pre-order Winter on Amazon for a January 1, 2021 release.
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I loved Feels Like Easy by Caroline Hollis because it made me feel so good as I read it! In addition to the primary story line about the main character Laura, and the crossroads she's facing in her life, there are sub-plots and a lot of lovable secondary characters who round out the book. Laura takes a much-deserved vacation in the charming community of Willow Glen, but the trip doesn't turn out the way she expected. Laura's inner struggle is very compelling and the story is quite relatable...how often have we all found ourselves on the precipice of a major life decision? Willow Glen is a charming place and the author did a great job establishing the setting. I could practically see myself kayaking on the river, hiking in the woods, and taking walks with my own dog on the beach. This book was wholesome, small town fiction at its best. Can’t wait for the second book so I can go back to Willow Glen!
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