Big News


Last Wednesday, Spring arrived via the vernal equinox, a time when the sun shines directly on the equator and the length of day and night are exactly the same. Traditionally, it is a season of fertility and new growth, as well as a chance to clean out the old mental cobwebs and try something new.

This is the perfect time to tell you about something I have been working on lately. I've decided to release second editions of A Whisper to a Scream and Until My Soul Gets It Right, both of which will have bonus material to enhance your reading experience.

The new Reader's Guide will feature Questions and Discussion Topics for Book Clubs, as well as a section on how to Read Along with the Bibliophiles, including party and menu ideas for book club meetings.

The fantastically talented artists at Streetlight Graphics are busy creating new covers for all of my work. They also are designing new custom interiors for the paperback editions.

This is all very exciting. I will keep you posted on our progress and most definitely will have a new cover reveal in the near future.

Here's to new beginnings!

P.S. You can still vote in the BigAl'sBooks and Pals Readers' Choice Awards until midnight on April 1. Until My Soul Gets It Right is nominated in the contemporary fiction category. Click here to vote.  No matter who you vote for, you can enter to win a $50 Amazon gift card. Thanks much!


Beverly Diehl said…
Oooh, what a great idea. Will have to recommend to my book club organizer person when it's all ready.

Gorgeous flowers.

Oh good news indeed:)

But, all that talk of Spring makes me sad. Where is Spring in the UK pray tell?! Where?!

Hope you are having a good week!
I know what you mean, Unpublished Life. It was snowing here in Chicagoland yesterday.
R. Doug Wicker said…
Love Big Al's reviews. Probably should submit to him one of mine.

Anyway, best of luck on this, Karen. Hope you win.
Thanks, R. Doug. You definitely should submit your books to BigAl's Books and Pals. It's a great site.

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