Originally, I had planned to devote six months, possibly a year to the Second Acts Series. This was the plan concocted during the summer of 2013: Use the second acts of real-life women to launch an ex-mermaid’s reinvention story in my debut novel, Between Land and Sea. As more women offered to share their stories, I found myself unable to terminate the series. To date, I have 100+ second act stories on my blog.
This past year, thirteen women from across Canada, Australia, and the United States shared their reinvention stories.
Continue reading on the Soul Mate Authors blog.
Yesterday, I participated in a book signing at Indigo Guelph. I enjoyed meeting with the many readers and wannabe writers who stopped to chat and express an interest in my cozy mysteries and paranormal romances. As always, creative conversations are lively and full of surprises.
A special thanks to Events Manager Earl Townsend for organizing this event.
Attention: Canadian Readers
Print copies of A Different Kind of Reunion are now available at Indigo.
Grace Topping is interviewing me about my writing and cancer journeys, the Gilda Greco Mystery Series, and the Mediterranean Trilogy.
Drop by the Writers Who Kill blog.
Thanks to Events Manager Earl Townsend and Chapters Guelph for hosting me on Saturday. I was happy to be part of the “Canada 150” celebrations and enjoyed chatting with readers and wannabe writers.
I’m visiting Sally Cronin’s blog and chatting about my writing journey and A Season for Killing Blondes.
If you have a few minutes, drop by Sally’s blog.
In Between Land and Sea (released in September 2013), I introduced Isabella of the Mediterranean Kingdom aka Barbara Davies. She returns in The Coming of Arabella.
Before starting to write, I like to interview the characters. Here’s what Isabella/Barbara had to say…
Continue reading on Carly Jordynn’s blog.