Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Everything old is new again

I've been welcoming 2017 with hopes and goals for the future, but also with tons of gratitude. We all have baggage, and mine seems to have become a little bit lighter recently. Maybe I'm actually following the advice I keep telling myself:
Don't look back. You're not going that way.

I don't know who originally said that, but I'm sure glad they did!

I hope you'll be happy to hear that I'm going forward with something from the past...

I love the little imaginary town of Legend, Tennessee. I received my rights back for my books set in that town, but haven't published anything new since Christmas Charm: A Short Story back in December of 2015.

Believe it or not, most people in the world have never read about the big, loving McClain family. So last autumn I started buying new covers. I think they offer a lovely preview of the sweet romance stories, and hope they might grab the eyes of new readers.

If you love reading about the McClains, please feel free to encourage your friends to check out the seven titles (or eight if you count the short story, which unfortunately, Amazon does does not). If you read on Kobo, Nook, or iBooks, the short story should show up with the series. All links are on the Legend page, here.

Although I started to write a new book for this series, it fits much better in Serendipity. More about that in a later post, or newsletter. (Are you subscribed? If not, you can fill out a super simple form here and get the occasional email newsletter.)

So, I'm moving forward, but not leaving all of the past at the side of the road. How about you?