|A seagull at dawn, 4/5/2014, Myrtle Beach, SC|
Photo (c) 2014 by Kim Headlee
Please forgive the tardiness of the April 2014 edition of The Dawnflier! My daughter qualified to compete at a track meet two states away, and I had every intention of getting this update into your hands prior to leaving for that trip. But you know as well as I do which road is paved with good intentions... :)
I have two appearances scheduled this month, both in Wytheville, VA. On April 14-15, I will be signing & selling my books at the Wythe County Public Library, 300 E Monroe Street, from noon to 4 p.m. on Monday, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday. Saturday, April 26th you will find me at 175 W Main St between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. for the inaugural Experience Arts in Wytheville artist & author showcase and sale. I hope to see you at one of these great events this month!
Congratulations to Hayley G. (already notified), who won an e-copy of Dawnflight from among the list of folks who added me to their Google+ circles or commented upon my blog posts in March. Enter early, enter often (with your comments!) in April for the next drawing, and good luck!
And congratulations to the 10 winners of signed copies of Dawnflight via Goodreads! Stay tuned for a similar contest for Morning’s Journey in June.
The 2014 Eggcerpt Exchange has been a lot of fun to host here on The Maze! The April calendar includes:
4/8/14: Summer's Growth (contemporary romance) by Tina Gayle
4/13/14: Jixit (paranormal romance) by Jude Liebermann
4/15/14: Long Time Walk on Water (contemporary romance) by Joan Simon
4/17/14: Sink or Swim (romantic suspense) by Stacy Juba
4/18/14: Love is a Rose (Christian devotional) by Pamela Thibodeaux
I’m down to the wire in preparing two new novels to release: King Arthur's Sister in Washington's Court (sequel to Mark Twain's A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, featuring time travel with romantic elements through the eyes of Queen Morgan le Fay in the late 21st century) and Snow in July (historical paranormal romance set just after the Norman conquest of England). Bloggers & reviewers, some of you have already expressed interest in reading galley e-copies of one or both books, and I’ll be getting those to you soon! For everyone else, please leave a comment on this post if you are interested in previewing these exciting new releases.
Thanks, Happy Easter, and I hope you get a chance to enjoy your lovely spring weather!