A Post. Really. It Even Has Links
For the last couple months, I’ve been pretty good about having something ready to post every other Wednesday afternoon. This week, not so much. I thought I’d have a book ready to go and could do a promo post, but things happen and it’ll probably be ready by the end of the week.
The book in question is a sweet regency romance called The Secret of Seavale. I’ll give you guys a link once it’s up, but for now, the blurb:
A cottage by the sea. It should be a safe haven…
Elizabeth Markham has run away from school and seeks the house of her godmother, six miles outside of Portsmouth. Seavale Cottage is a place of peace, and Elizabeth will be safe under Mrs. Brownhurst’s care.
But she arrives at Seavale only to discover that Mrs. Brownhurst has gone away, leaving Elizabeth to fend for herself. She finds assistance in her servants and in her very obliging neighbor, Captain Randall, and all is well until Seavale is beset by strange nighttime happenings. Elizabeth is about to discover that her place of refuge holds more danger than she ever dreamed, and she must gather all of her courage and resources if she and her friends are to survive the secret of Seavale.
I offer this as proof that I’ve been working. And so you don’t feel gypped by the short length of this little ramble, here are all the links to The Writer’s Guide to Horses series, which will be expanded into book form sometime early next year:
Now, back to the grindstone. Anybody know how to detach a really rusty license plate screw (it’s already resisted a couple rounds of WD-40 and a power drill)?
Cover image is from pixabay