I’m not someone who gets excited about things. My response is often tepid, which leads to disapointment from the people around me.
But book box day is always fun, and when I know the shipment is coming, I keep looking out the window for Scott, our UPS guy.
I got my author copies of Spinning Tales this week, and it feels pretty cool to have my fifth book in hand. It’s a story I wanted to tell, and one I had fun writing. I don’t know if anyone will like it, but I’m glad I wrote it. (Cue the beginning of worry that people won’t like it).
It officially comes out on March 1st at Bold Strokes, but if you want a signed copy, feel free to send me a message. Here’s the blurb:
Maggie McShay wants a little magic in her life. Something more than the drab existence of going to work and coming home to a cat that barely tolerates her.
When she spontaneously replies to a want ad asking for someone to take care of a fairy tale cottage, it turns out magic wasn’t as far away as she thought. Maggie discovers she wasn’t who she thought she was either. Recalcitrant fairy tale shepherd and ladies’ woman Kody Wilk shows Maggie a world she knew nothing about…a world they need to save before the villains of the world’s fairy tales take over New York City.
It’s up to Maggie, her grumpy, shape-shifting cat, a dwarf hell-bent on finding romance, and Kody to set the fairy tale world to rights. The big bad wolf has nothing on Maggie McShay.
Now, back to writing the other one.