It’s no secret that the coronavirus has substantially changed our lives. Most businesses have shifted to working from home, and schools have established online teaching. Everyone must adjust to a “new normal”- new way of living and a new way of work.
However, I think we all need to try to maintain some sense of normalcy. It might be setting up a small home gym, walking the dog daily, or Facetime or Zoom calls with family and friends. For me, family always comes first, but I am also continuing to work on my novels because I genuinely love writing. It also provides great stress relief during this unprecedented and uncertain time.
As you may know, I made the decision last week to postpone the launch of my 5th novel, Betrayal High. Although I am in the final editing stage and excited to share Betrayal High with each and every one of you, I believe it is important to provide readers with the highest quality product. Also, marketing a new release would be difficult given that book sales are being de-prioritized by many distributors in favor of more essential household items, a move I completely support. With that said, I hope to release Betrayal High later this summer. Thank you for your patience during this unexpected time.
To make up for this disappointment, I’m offering a few exclusives to my readers:
Discounted Thrillers! If you haven’t read Betrayal of Faith, Betrayal of Justice, Betrayal in Blue, or Betrayal in Black, there’s never been a better time. From now through April 13), I’m offering each e-book for $1.98 (50% off list price) and $11.25 for each paperback (25% off the list price). You can purchase your copies here:
Sneak Peek! On April 13, the original release date for Betrayal High, I will be posting the first two chapters to all my website subscribers. If you haven’t registered, please enter your name and e-mail on the contact page.
Folks, we must take this crisis seriously. Practice social distancing; hunker down at home (with a great book?), limit personal contact with others, work remotely. We can and will get through this. Good luck to all—stay safe.