9/29/09: My blog tour schedule for October! There will be some book giveaways, so make sure to visit the blogs on the days scheduled! Come join the fun and learn more than you ever wanted to know about writing, me, and Double Take.
October 5 – Keli Gwin’s blog
October 7 – Tiffany Stockton’s blog
October 8 – Trish Perry’s blog
October 10 – Robin Bayne’s blog
October 11 – Margaret Daley’s blog
October 12 – Cynthia Hickey’s mystery blog
October 13 – Release date!! Lynda Schab’s blog
October 15 –Cathy West’s blog
October 16 – Steeple Hill’s Publishing 101 blog
October 19 – Mary Ellen Huff’s blog
October 23 – Kim Watters’s blog
October 27 & 28 – Patty Wysong’s blog
October 30 – Liz Johnson’s blog
8/16/09: Here’s the official blurb from the back cover of the book:
Cole Leighton can barely believe his eyes. A woman on his bus has just been abducted—in an exact reflection of a scene from the bestselling novel he’s reading. Someone is bringing the book to life…and isn’t above forcing an innocent woman to follow the story to its tragic end. Using the novel as his playbook, Cole catches up with the beautiful victim—but rescuing Kenzie Jacobs doesn’t keep her safe for long. The killer is writing his own ending, and none of the twists and turns lead to happily ever after.
7/30/09: I received my author copies today in the mail! Forty-eight books with my name on them. I blogged about it, so check it out here.
7/4/09: My cover is official! Check it out.
4/26/09: My romantic suspense, Double Take (formerly known as Déjà Vu), won first place in the 2008 ACFW Genesis contest, then was accepted by Steeple Hill publishers in December ’08. Woo-hoo!! How’s that for a Christmas present? It is scheduled to release in October 2009 as part of the Love Inspired Suspense bookclub. I’ll post the cover art, book trailer, etc., as they become available. Meanwhile, here’s a quick summary of the book:
A best-selling thriller pits an evil man against a random woman in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse sure to hit the big screen someday. But first it’s played out in a real life when a fan becomes obsessed with Kenzie. Filled with a sense of déjà vu, Cole figures out what’s happening. In a race against time, he and Kenzie try to discover who’s playing the villain. But when their trap fails, the stalker stops going by the book. How will the story end?