It’s been a month since my last post. Since then quite a lot has happened in my crazy fictional world, and in my real world, although I tend to discount that one preferring instead to work alongside Harry and Kate as they go about their business, solving crimes and getting into trouble. I’ve published five books so far this year and expect to publish at least two more, three if possible. It doesn’t get any easier. Fortunately, though, the epidural shots into my back seems to have helped a lot. I’m now walking normally with no leg pain at all. My brain seems to functioning well too, although my wife Jo would tell you otherwise. Sally, my JRT, bless her, is growing up. She’s now 15 1/2 months old; not quite an adult yet, but getting there. She’s still a pain in butt, but lovable with it. Other than that, and my pending birthday – don’t ask – all is well and getting better: Life is Good.
As you know, Victoria, Kate Book 6, was published on July 4th and is doing well – 201 reviews at 4.9 average. The Raven, Book 2 in the Harry Starke Genesis series, was published on August 6th and is doing even better: 132 reviews at 4.9 average. And… I have yet another new website… Thank you Aaron. If you want to take a look just click here, if not well, I love you anyway.
Talking about the website, I’m in the process of providing my readers with an opportunity to purchase personalized, signed copies of several of my books: Harry Starke Book 1, Jasmine – Kate Gazzara Book 1, Harry Starke Genesis Book 1, and the first Omnibus set, one book that includes the first three books in the Harry Starke series. All four should be available by September 4th.
My work in progress? Genevieve, Book 7 in the Kate Gazzara series. This one is a bit different, a pure whodunit. One murder and a basketful of unlikely suspects. No bodily threat to Kate, Janet or the rest of her team… yes, she has a team now, and she’s a captain. No Henry Finkle, which will please a great many of my readers, and… well, I don’t even know myself, so you’ll just have to wait and see. And speaking of that, if you can figure out my whodunits, before the final three or four chapters, you’re doing better than me, because I never know myself and, with that, I’ll close out this missive and wish all well, thank you for your support, and wish you a wonderful rest of the weekend.