Books on the Horizon

Just a reminder that my friend, the other Leslie Noyes (Leslie Morris Noyes), has a book coming out on March 23rd. Check out the piece I published about Leslie and her book, Willing, back in December:

If you enjoy steamy, smart romance I promise you will be smitten with Willing. I know I was.

Super hot cover, too!

I spent the weekend reading the soon-to-be-published sequel to Lori Roberts Herbst’s debut novel, Suitable for Framing. Her new book, Double Exposure, continues the adventures of photographer Callie Cassidy who seems to be a magnet for mystery. I adore her characters, and I always think I know whodunnit, but she fools me every time.

I don’t think there’s a fixed date yet for publication, but I’ll keep you all posted. In the meantime, read her first novel, pictured below, if you haven’t already.

Carl, the cat, and Woody, the dog, feature prominently in Lori’s novels.

And then there’s me. I didn’t get a lot of writing done this weekend, so engrossed was I in reading Lori’s book, but that’s not to say my books didn’t get some attention.

My novel, Mayhem at the Happy Valley Motor Inn and Resort, will be featured at two different Tallahassee book club meetings in the next couple of months! I’m so honored to have had my little book selected by these clubs and excited to have the opportunity to visit with readers in real time about Mayhem.

My romance, The Executive and the Cowboy, set in the Texas panhandle, will be ready for publication sometime in April, if all goes well. We’re in the editing/revision stages now. And, if I can rid myself of distractions (dadgum March Madness!) I should be able to finish the first draft of the sequel to Mayhem, Wedding at the Motor Inn and Resort, by mid-May.

Lots of fun stuff going on in my world!

Peace, people!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

16 thoughts on “Books on the Horizon”

    1. I was going nuts waiting for my editor to send pages back for revision. I should’ve started on my sequel during that time and am kicking myself for not doing that. BUT, I had so much fun writing the romance, and I have ideas for its sequel. I need to live a couple more decades, at least.

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      1. Man, I wish I had that many ideas! Then again, with all my other creative ideas and projects, I’d probably go inside if I had to battle another book idea right now.

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