Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Chapter Two of A Familiar Evil has been posted!

Chapter Two of my WIP, A Familiar Evil, has been posted Now, if you prefer I post shorter excepts, say half a chapter, let me know. I could post every Wednesday. And your comments are always welcomed.

I have a couple of other announcements to make: I just finished the first round of edits on my July release, Fire and Ash. I'm really excited about its release. Sadie, a female fire investigator, was a fun character to write and you're going to love Quinn. He's my favorite hero so far. That's what I love the most about edits, getting reacquainted with my characters. I may have said this before, it's like going to a family reunion :-).  You can read more about Fire and Ash on my excerpts page.

Today, I'm visiting Sharon Donovan's blog. If you've never been to her place, you're in for a real treat. I think pretty much everyone has heard of her wonderful butler, Oliver. I'm really looking forward to seeing him again. He is such a sweetheart. I've tried to bring him home with me a couple of times, but Sharon keeps a pretty close watch over him. Which is probably a good thing. I've heard he's swept a lot of women off their feet with his deadly charm and good looks.  So be sure to drop by, I'm sure it'll be a blast.

Visiting us Friday is Linda Rettstatt, author of women’s fiction and contemporary romance. She'll be talking about her new release, Love, Sam, from Champagne Books, along with her other books.

And if you're traveling in the land of Oz this weekend, be sure to drop by my book signing on Saturday. I'll be at the Coffee Loft, in Garnett, from 10am to 1pm, signing copies of my February release, Lethal Dreams.

Enjoy the rest of your week my friends!


Diane Craver said...


I'll read your excerpt when I get home this evening. Looking forward to it.

I gave you an award - it's on my blog.

annepatrick07 said...

Thank you, Diane. I took a peak at it. It looks like a lot of fun. Will post it later.

Alicia Jennings said...

You're weaving a great story, Anne. And good luck at your book signing. Sounds like fun.