One year ago THE GOOD NEIGHBOR was published! Since then I’ve heard from many readers about what they loved (and didn’t love so much) about Izzy Lane, and her blogging escapades; Noah, her five-year-old son who wears capes and brandishes paper towel tube swords; Jade, the best friend and online media mogul who sees potential in Izzy she doesn’t see in herself; Rachel, the cousin who’s flirting with disaster by flirting online; and Mrs. Feldman, the octogenarian next-door-neighbor who teaches Izzy it’s better to tell the truth than to keep big secrets, which leads Mrs. Feldman to reveal secrets of her own.
So what have I been doing this past year? Writing and editing LEFT TO CHANCE (among gazillion other things), my third novel which is heading into production right now! I don’t have a pub date yet but I’m hoping for next Fall. Of course I’ll keep you posted!
If you’ve gotten this far, lucky you! While I don’t have Advance Reader Copies (ARCs) yet of LEFT TO CHANCE, I will have them eventually (like the specificity there?). Leave a comment here to pre-win (like pre-ordering, but FREE) an ARC of LEFT TO CHANCE as soon as it’s my hands. You’ll get a copy before your friends, even before some reviewers, because I’ll send you one of mine! I’ll choose a winner this weekend, announce it on the blog and email the winner for her address.
You have nothing to lose — and a book to gain. If that’s not enough, I’ll tell you that surprisingly, LEFT TO CHANCE became the most personal novel I’ve written so far. I slipped into the main character’s, Teddi Lerner’s, shoes, more easily than I had with Evie Glass or Izzy Lane. Does that mean it was easier to write? Hell no. It was the hardest book to write so far, and I’m super proud of the result.
Leave a comment and maybe you’ll pre-win an ARC!
Ready, set, go…AND THANK YOU!