The book signing went quite well. Lots of support from friends, but several strangers heard about the signing and came to buy the book.
I want to put out a ‘Thank You’ to Denise who runs the bingo games at our Lake Havasu Knights of Columbus. She let me offer three of my books for door prizes to announce the book signing. Since then, I have sold several books to players and a couple of the workers. She is also displaying three of my books for sale. I can’t thank her enough.
I’ve finished my next book about the Irish girl, no official book title yet, and am working on updates noted by my editors. Hope to have it out within the next couple of months.
Also, started on a new novel. Readers wanted to know how things work out for Malie, a character from the ‘Moose Rides and Wedding Rings’ book. It is starting in Whitehorse in the Yukon and involves a Canadian Mounted Police Constable. Only about 1800 words so far.
Weather here in Lake Havasu has been beautiful, no 100-degree temps yet.
I will be signing copies of my latest novel, Moose Rides and Wedding Rings, on April 8th from 1 to 4 p.m. at Scoops Homemade Ice Cream Parlor, 2014 McCulloch Blvd, in Lake Havasu City, Ariz.
Here’s a lead-in to the story line: Patrick Finley’s nature is to act first, then deal with the result of what his family calls his moose rides. Although born in U.S., he was raised in Dawson City, Yukon. As the novel begins, this foot-loose and fancy-free bachelor is back in San Francisco and is now the co-owner of a small airline The bombing of Pearl Harbor motivates him to enlist in the U.S. Army and is he assigned to the Army Air-corp. Based in Hawaii, he finds himself faced with a series of moose ride challenges that include attraction, physical harm, love, divorce, missing-in-action status, arrest and dealing with false arrest.
I’m a graduate of Mohave Community College and have won awards for my writing from The National League of American Pen Women and the Arizona Authors Assoc.
The novel is available as a print and ebook at Amazon.com