So, loyal ones, this is a month with FIVE Wednesdays, and that means you get a fifth Wednesday bonus: content from an upcoming book. And, thanks to the agreement and generosity of Michele of Going for Kona, Hell to Pay, and Fighting for Anna . . . you get the cover of Fighting for Anna, which we affectionately call F4A at our house. It’s the 8th novel in the What Doesn’t Kill You romantic mystery series, and features Michele in her second turn as the protagonist.
I think I love every cover better than the last . . .
Michele Lopez Hanson retreats to the country for peace and quiet while her teenagers are away for the summer, hoping to learn how to be alone in the wake of the death of her husband. But when her elderly neighbor Gidget—a Houston art gallery owner whom Michele is assisting in writing her memoirs—dies and leaves everything to Michele except a bequest to a daughter no one knew existed, it seems like half the state shows up: some to help, some to contest the will, and others to make sure the mystery daughter is never found alive.
As a refresh, here’s what the first Michele cover looks like:
Anticipate F4A will be available around November 1st. 🙂
Congratulations to Heather Baxter, winner of the Hell to Pay fox pendant. Thanks for posting a review, and thanks for entering my giveaway.
Meanwhile, I have a book event coming up!
Yeah, I’m a split personality: Texas/Wyoming, but I claim both. (In fact, check out my Wyoming Writer article HERE.) So if you know someone who will be in the coolest little town (Buffalo, WY) August 6th, let them know!
Have a great weekend!
p.s. Snowheresville pics of the week: end of our staycation.
Daybed war: Petey
Daybed war: Georgia
There’s no place like home for the sunsets over the Bighorns
Hiking up to Medicine Wheel
Obligatory selfie hiking up to Medicine Wheel
My Arapaho husband at Medicine Wheel (also Hungarian Gypsy, but we’re all mutts of some kind, I guess!)
Checking on the Hatchery and Arden fires at Pie Zano’s as we choose a next adventure site
Long Lake: flowers at the tree line
Reflection of sunset in the waters of Clear Creek near Circle Park
The actual sunset
The eastern reflection of the sunset
Eric and Georgia admiring Oliver Creek
Salad on the trail, with helpers
Louise gassed at Long Lake
Selfie at Ringbone Lake
Eric thinking “I want to climb that” from Ringbone Lake
Pamela and Louise on the old dam at Long Lake
Georgia enjoying the crystal clear waters of Long Lake
Georgia refusing to exit the RV as she mourns the end of staycation (she didn’t eat for 3 days either!!)