Can you believe it is October? The time has really flown. We will wrap us 2019 next month. I always look forward to the last book of the year, but we don’t stop then. We have books coming out next year, so we will be working in December.
October has two releases, The Silver Lode and Millie’s Christmas.
The Silver Lode is by Suzanne Bratcher. We had published her first book, The Copper Box, and she’s trusting us with her next book. It is a very good romantic suspense.
Billion-dollar copper camp alive with rags-to-riches stories
Beneath the ghost town that clings to Cleopatra Hill, a maze of abandoned mine tunnels conceals a vein of silver ore mixed with pure gold. Seventy years ago the discovery of that silver lode caused a murder. Are more coming?
Historian Paul Russell is about to lose his job and the woman he loves, so he doesn’t have time to search for the legendary silver lode. But when a student drops a seventy-year-old cold case on his desk, a murder connected to the silver lode, the mystery offers Paul the perfect opportunity to work with Marty Greenlaw and win her back.
As Paul and Marty search for the silver lode, suspicious deaths begin to happen. When Paul’s son disappears, the stakes become personal. Will Paul and Marty solve the mystery of the silver lode in time to rescue Scott? Will they survive to grow into a future different from what any of them dreamed?
The Silver Lode will release tomorrow, October 8, 2019. It is listed in Amazon.com.
The next book we will release is Millie’s Christmas. Millie’s Christmas is by Kathy McKinsey and is written for children. The little kitten, Millie, tells the story about her first Christmas. Very Cute. Children from five to eight will enjoy this Christmas story.
Ruthie says Millie will love Christmas. Ruthie is Millie’s best friend, so she’s sure Ruthie’s right, but why does Millie keep finding Ruthie and her brother Jake crying?
Millie, an orange kitten, shares about her first Christmas. Her best friend Ruthie, six years old, teaches Millie about Christmas—food, decorations, music, presents, and Jesus!
Millie’s friend Bruce, the family dog, also helps her celebrate Christmas, and sometimes gets her in trouble.
When Ruthie’s big brother Jake breaks his ankle, Millie learns about sad things, like divorce, when Jake can’t visit his mommy for Christmas. Millie watches Ruthie’s family love each other through the sadness, and find joy in Christmas.