A Year with the Harrisons is now officially published (as opposed to unofficially on FB at a time everyone has forgotten.) I’ve been pushing away until it was finished and feel very proud I was able to get a full novel done in such a short time. It felt like ages because the book needed to be out there as soon as possible—making up for lost time, you know—and I continued to be sick throughout the month. So very happy now it’s finished.
Anyway, the editions should be linked soon—my usual disclaimer—and there’s a lovely cover and a nice description—yes, all the usual announcements. I’m discussing some other books at the moment, but I’ll devote full attention to The Harrisons soon, I promise.
I am looking for reviewers. I’m not ardent about getting reviews as I used to be, but this is an older book that has had readers and I think it should have reviews to reflect that. But there are no reviews on Amazon or any other site because the book wasn’t on those platforms. Reviews do not have to be favorable—I’m not a whiner. But it would be helpful to people if you could articulate what exactly didn’t work for you and why.
To get an ebook review copy, go to the interactive page and fill in the contact form. Just say you want to review The Harrisons. Files will be in mobi form unless you can’t use that. Just specify if you can’t.
Singing, dreaming, telling stories . . . I live surrounded by cultivated fields that rapidly give way to wild flowers, wild plants, and wild life. I love to write more than I love to read, but nothing equals a book that draws me in to find its story. Most recently publication: A Year with the Harrisons, a contemporary comedy about three sisters and a family mystery. Next year's publication: Temmark Osteraith, a futuristic fairy-tale adventure.