On May 10th, I will be part of the WFWA’s Online Book Launch Party. The quarterly Facebook parties are always lively and attended by an awesome group of authors. This event will be extra special for me because my buddy, Samantha Bryant, is celebrating a book launch as well.
Drop by the Women’s Fiction Online Book Launch Party on Tuesday afternoon and chat with me from 4:00 – 4:30.
Check out the impressive line-up of amazing authors:
May 10th from 1:00 – 6:00
1:00 — Kristy Harvey — Lies and Other Acts of Love
1:30 — Aimie Runyan — Promised to the Crown
2:00 — Weina Randel — The Empress of Bright Moon
2:30 –Cara Achterberg — Girls’ Weekend
3:00 — Nicole Meier — The House of Bradbury
3:30 — Alessandra Harris — Blaming the Wind
4:00 — Elizabeth Hein — Escape Plan
4:30 — Cynthia Ruchti — Song of Silence
5:00 — Samantha Bryant — Change of Life
5:30 — Camille Di Maio — The Memory of Us
My next book will be coming out in a couple of months, but you can pre-order it now so it will magically appear on your Kindle on April 1st.
I am very excited about this book. When I wrote Overlook, the prequel to Escape Plan, I didn’t plan to continue Kitty and Stacia’s story in another book, but the gals wouldn’t leave me alone. One day, I was minding my own business washing my hair, when I imagined Stacia Tate Curran sitting on the bathroom counter. She flicked her cigarette into the sink and said, “If I hadn’t written that editorial, I never would have known that Bitsy wore a hair piece.” I had no idea what she was talking about, but I had to quickly dry off and get to a pen and paper before I lost Stacia’s voice in my head. Now, a year or so later, I’m ready to share the story of how Kitty and Stacia cover up a murder, hide an heiress from her husband, and keep their nosy neighbors from finding out what is going on behind closed doors.
Kitty Haskell needs help. After recklessly killing her lying, cheating, no-good husband, Kitty turns to her sister, Rose, and her good friend, Stacia Tate Curran to help her cover up her crime. Together, the women concoct a plan to make it appear that Seth died in a boating accident far from home, all while casting suspicion on his mistress. What they don’t anticipate are the dire financial consequences of Seth’s disappearance, the indifferent response of Kitty’s children, and the strain of guilt on their relationships. Kitty’s life is further complicated by the addition of a perpetually drunk heiress, an adorable baby that resembles Kitty’s children, and the intriguing young artist that shows up in Kitty’s life just when she needs him most. As their plan expands to include more and more people, Kitty is less certain she can get away with murder.