Welcome to This Month's Newsletter
In this edition of the newsletter, we tell you a little about our plans for the next Jinx book, Mirrors in Time, and share our radically different approaches to holiday decorating.
To Love a Witch and What's Next!
First, for those of you waiting for the paperback issue of To Love a Witch, we've proofed the cover and expect the book to be available in the next few days.
Second, we know some readers aren't happy with us for what you see as the cliffhanger ending of this book. Honestly, that wasn't our intent.
Yes, we do leave our girl in something of a mess, but if you were reading between the lines, there were plenty of clues about what was coming.
What we have planned for the next book, Mirrors in Time, is an adventure unlike any story we've attempted since The Amulet of Caorunn. To accomplish that, the ending of To Love a Witch was absolutely necessary.
We hope to have book 13 to you sometime in January. If you could see the state of our whiteboards and shared Google docs you'd know that we're dealing with a story that we think is going to be . . . well, epic. Stay tuned!
Christmas in the Valley
Although it's been out for two years, some of you may have missed spending Christmas in Shevington with Jinx and the gang. If so, check out the holiday novella, Christmas in the Valley. Some readers have said the Tree Destruction Contest at The Dirty Claw steals the show!
Free on Book Funnel
In this prequel novella to Witch at Heart, readers are introduced to the magical roots of Jinx's world through Tori's voice.
Latest Novella Release
Join ROMO agent and werecat Festus McGregor in this second installment of the Jinx Hamilton/Wrecking Crew novellas.
First Wrecking Crew Novella
Werecat Festus McGregor leads his Recovery of Magical Objects Squad on a mission to retrieve the Moonstone Spoon.
If you haven't Read . . .
In the second installment of the series, the gang hits the road to help a new client whose blood carries a dangerous secret.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
As you can see, we have different approaches to Christmas decorating. Patti's tree on the left would be worthy of the Tree Destruction Contest at The Dirty Claw. Rana's tree on the right was selected in light of that very issue.
A few years ago one of her cats, Andy, tried to eat an ornament, an escapade that resulted in a $200 vet clinic X-ray and the purchase of a non-edible, reusable tree. (Andy has also consumed several brooms and the stray vacuum cleaner attachment over the years. He's all about the bristles.)
But decorative approaches aside, Christmas and all the other December holidays are about family, friends, fellowship, and WAY more food than most of us need! We wish you and yours a wonderful December filled with much laughter and love -- and the happiest of New Years!