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To my readers,
Got COMPLETELY stalled by taking on a consulting project that was a massive timesucker, took me away from my writing, and stalled the next book out since July! But I’m almost done… and back in the saddle on Oct. 17, just in time for NaNoWriMo. Can you tell I’m ready and raring to go?
Thanks for your patience (and even better, your lack of patience! :)) to get your hands on the sequel that’s been a long time coming. The aim is to have it in first draft mode by December, and ready to publish for 2016! Hang in there, Flak’s coming to your rescue, this time with a mystery set in West Texas:
Flak Be Nimble, Flak Anders Mystery 2
I’m 10,000 words + into the sequel, and second in the Flak Anders Mystery Series! Got my timeline sorted for the events in PIG meshed with the outline I’ve created for Flak Be Nimble, to stay true to who Flak is and was, and have got some of what she needs to learn about herself and her home state figured out.
The former sheriff of Nacogdoches County, Anita “Flak” Anders, has been roped into serving as maid of honor at her college roommate Cynthia’s wedding to the heir to a West Texas homestead. She takes on teaching a summer class on small town law enforcement at Sul Ross State University in Alpine, so she can stay in the area for a while. Something’s wrong, though–the once-beautiful Cynthia is far too thin, and obviously unhappy. Flak needs to find out what’s going on with her old friend…
While she’s distracted with bridesmaid dresses and other fluffy stuff, bodies with a peculiar symbol etched on each one begin showing up one by one. From unmarked graves in what outsiders believe are the barren wastelands of the High Chihuahuan Desert, to the most public places in the small towns scattered across that harsh and unforgiving land, it makes no sense. When Cynthia’s brand-new husband falls under suspicion, Flak has to something. None of it makes sense. But the body count just keeps getting higher, and that will not stand. Not where Flak’s concerned, anyway.
The Women’s Division Arts and Craft Fair at the Pecos County Civic Center in Fort Stockton is Saturday, Nov. 21, starting at 10 a.m. and I’ll be there signing and selling This Little Pig and She’s Thinking Out Loud. Come out and gab with me to find out more, and to talk to some other writers in the group, including Jody Bailey Day, author of Washout Express!
See you there!