Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Writer’s Wednesday

My big news for this week is that I really will have a draft of Death By Library ready for beta-readers  within the next few days. I have two readers lined up (I hope you remember who you are!) but would love to have some more. Please contact me or leave a comment if you would like to read a draft form of the 4th book in the Pismawallops PTA mystery series. I will warn that this is definitely a working read; there is quite a bit of work to be done yet. I am sending it out sooner than I might ordinarily do largely because I’ll be on the road for the next two months, so unable to do much on it myself.

If I were really organized, I’d have a blurb ready to entice you to want to beta-read. I’ve been too busy trying to get the draft done, though, so I’ll just have to say...

JJ has a new job at the library, where things turn deadly when a local news gadfly goes a bit too far...

Of course, her personal life is as chaotic as ever, as she prepares for Thanksgiving with her mother in her way, and an unexpected visitor complicating matters, all of which leaves her far too little time to spend with Ron Karlson!


Work has begun on the cover, as well, and I’m excited about the possibilties there. Danielle English promises to make another perfect cover!

In other news, we are down to our last few days in Christchurch, NZ. We hit the road again April 1, and won’t really stop moving until... June? So I’m not expecting a lot to happen with my

writing in that time, though I’ll take a shot at some short stories.

The blog will also go back to occasional and random postings, once I run out of the reviews, photos, and comments and getting queued up now!

So be sure to sign up for email notifications of new posts, so you won’t miss any pictures of cool places or news about the new book!


6 comments:

  1. Hi Rebecca - you are having such a great time ... yet not losing sight of 'work' (books and blogs) - good for you and lovely to read - wonderful photo ... cheers Hilary

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    1. Thanks, Hilary! Are you sure you wouldn’t like to beta-read for me? You read cosies, I think.

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  2. I do remember who I am :) As a heads up, I'll be leaving for the Bahamas on Monday and will have very limited internet connectivity for the next few weeks. If you're able to email it before then, that would be great and I'll try to look at it while we're on the boat. If not, I'm not sure what your timescales are, but I could look at it when I get back.

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    1. I’ll send you whatever I have before we leave Christchurch. That would be Sunday night my time, Saturday yours.

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  3. Hi World Traveller. I'm off to Camp Nano next week, so if you want to wait till after April, that's fine with me. Or just send it, and I'll make a note to read it in May :)

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    1. I’ll get to it you before I hit the road. I was thinking about you and all your April commitments, but May is fine—I’ll be on the road then, too.

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