My short 15,000 word novelette, A Christmas Promise, has been out for two weeks now. I am absolutely thrilled with the sales and the favorable response it has received so far.
The only complaint I received from one reviewer is that it was too short. I tend to agree. It was my first attempt in many years to write a shorter piece. Actually, the story of Annie Murdock and her family are part of a series of novels I have planned, but have yet to write. She was developed as a secondary character. Her personality, her situation and her story captivated me from the start. I could not resist plucking this one day out the life of one of my favorite novel characters and using it to feature her. Because of it, I also had the opportunity to develop the personalities and characters of her two children. What fun!
And, then, there is Sergeant Isaiah Jenkins -- not your run of the mill hunky hero by any means, but one you will want to claim for your own.
Although the give-away offer is over, the release announcement plus a story excerpt from my publisher, Prairie Rose Publications, can be found by clicking HERE. Purchase links are on the left sidebar of this blog. A link to my Pinterest board for A Christmas Promise is on the right sidebar.
If you have not already read it, I hope you will enjoy A Christmas Promise.