Dear Gentle Readers,
Welcome to the April Newsletter. If response is good, I will schedule a newsletter for the first Monday of the month. Some months are hectic, with lots of news and events. Others...aren't. Here's what's happening in April.
Daisy's Dilemma, the fourth book in the Monday Mystery Society series, has been submitted to my publisher for final approval after the latest round of edits. These five stories revolve around the ten members of a book club in the fictional southern Ohio town called Oakville, where they find more than their next favorite author. Daisy's Dilemma is expected to hit Amazon.com next month. The first book in the series, A Mystery for Marissa by Alison Jean Ash is out now and it's a terrific start to the series. Look for it at Amazon.com.
With the weather finally thawing here in the frozen Ohio valley, scheduling will soon begin for Author Book Signings at the local libraries and fairs. I have a box of Lord of Blakeleys to take with me. I will give you specifics when something is finalized. Hope to see some of you at one of these events.
The sequel to Madison's Christmas is coming along nicely. In this installment of Silver Maple Christmas, tentatively titled Christmas at Star Lake, Madison discovers the deaths of her father and her boyfriend/bestfriend Bob are now classified as murders, and someone out there is picking off her people, one by one, during the holiday season.
With the Quilt Show and the Train Show now over, we are looking forward to some decent weather to get outside and play in the garden and the pond area. It has been a brutal, wicked winter, and I'm not sure what has survived.