I meant to post this last week…really. New podcast, new cover and a book signing. Busy. Busy
Sometimes procrastination come in the form of just being too tired. To make it worse we have had another podcast since this one. Since I procrastinated I have two podcast to share.
I am so excited to share the cover of my newest book, Her Holiday Secret. But first let me give you our two last podcast.
In episode 17, we have a great discussion about how we procrastinate, why and some tips to get over it. Give us your tips or let us know if one of ours worked for you.
In episode 18, it’s all about the modern label of blue collar, white collar or pick collar heroes and heroines. As writers, the kind of work our characters do are part of their personality, their dreams or the lie they believe. Do you have certain heroes/heroines you enjoy reading over others? As a writer, do you find yourself writing a certain type. Listen in and get our take on the blue, white and pink.
Blue and white have been around for a hundred years now. Maybe something to do with the industrial revolution and how it changed the way we did things. New industries were popping up Factory and machinery was becoming the norm.
Pink was a new one for me. It started being used in the 70s. It is the care industry, such as teaching, nursing, social work, child care and beauty industry. I think developing characters and giving them a job is an interesting part of the hero’s journey.
Now for the new cover! I adore this little girl.
She’s home for the holidays…
with a daughter he didn’t know existed.
Six years ago, pregnant teenager Catalina Wimberly left town without a word to protect her childhood sweetheart Andres Sanchez’s future. Now she’s back for the holidays and ready to reveal her secret—she and Andres have a little girl. But as they begin to feel a lot like family, will Catalina turn down her dream job and stay beyond Christmas?
You can pre-order at Amazon, Barns and Noble and Google read.
One last thing…
One thought on “Procrastination and a New Cover”
I loved your book “Her Holiday Secret”. I couldn’t put it down, just kept reading. I also enjoyed the Spanish words and your translating them for those of us who do not speak or know the Spanish language. I also loved your taking the time to put an ending to your book. I have been reading since I was a young girl and am now 77 years old and hate to get to the end of a book and have to make my own ending. I am looking forward to reading another of your books. Thank you for writing them.