Hey everybody! The next book in the Mt. Moriah Series releases on July 15. If you haven’t gotten your preorder yet, go out to Amazon and do that now. A preorder is specifically designed so that you have it all ready to download to your device when the release button is pushed by the vendor. You won’t have to do another thing!
About the new book
Also, if I have a lot of orders set up through the preorder, it helps my book books ranking at Amazon on release day. That could potentially set me up for a bestseller status. At any rate, it is my dream to do that!
Here is the link for you:
LIVE ON FACEBOOK
You may be wondering if I am going to do a live on FB for this book like I did the last one. Well, I certainly want to. It was a terrible malady that I had contracted a virus (not CV-19) on the last one. I sometimes think that sort of thing is the Universe telling us that we need to slow down. Sickness throttled that live. I had to end it abruptly. SO YALL NEED TO SEND ME SOME GOOD VIBES FOR THIS ONE!
We can talk about anything you want to discuss. The book, my recent trip for my daughter’s wedding, writing, anything. We will get going about 7PM on July 14. I decided to do it on the day before the release so we could have time for some folks to go get the preorder on that day. Some folks wait until the last minute.
Other stuff about books
I am very excited about this new release coming. It got so much great feedback from beta readers! I love all of yall so much. You know who you are!
And in case you wondered, yes, the third book in the series, which will be a Christmas story set in Mt. Moriah, comes out in October. So, don’t let the grass grow under you. Get out there and get book one and book two so your set is complete.
Here’s another excerpt from The Inn on Main Street.
EXCERPT for BOOK
He smiled and headed toward the lobby. She entered the elevator and punched in her floor number. Once in her room, she kicked off her shoes, sat on the edge of the bed, and considered a hot shower. She wasn’t really hungry.
She fell backward and stared at the ceiling. Why had Blake seemed piqued when she mentioned Tom Milligan? And who would Fred Blake be associated with to ask about her grandfather’s existence. If Tom Milligan still lived, would he even want to see her? Did anyone ever tell him he had a daughter or, better yet, a granddaughter?
Then the guilt set in about refusing Will. Aside from Hope and her family, and possibly the Joneses, he was the only person in town who had even remotely seemed interested in her well-being. Why had she said no? Refusing his offer made her seem cold and untouchable and that rankled her. Why did she always try to appear as this independent woman who didn’t need anyone?
Dinner with the very handsome Will Birmingham was what she really wanted to do. Why had she said no?
These thoughts tumbled onto the heels of more questions without answers until she drew her hand over her eyes as if to shut them out. She rose and found a long tee shirt to wear to bed, then ran a bath and sank into the warm depths of it with a sigh.From The Inn on Main Street by Kim Smith
Well, that’s it for me for now. I am still recovering from my travels west. I am sending out the newsletter today as I write this, and if you are not a Zanie yet, why not???
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And if you want more info about The Inn on Main Street check out the book page on this site www.kimsmithauthor.com/books