by Kathy Cretsinger
As usual, I’m late again. I tell myself I’m still catching up from the two hospitalizations I’ve had this fall. That’s a crutch. We all use them at some time or another. November crept up on me. It can’t be November already! It’s almost Christmas when November comes. Then again, we publish our last two books in November, and we don’t do another one until the first of the next year, which is usually in February.
We have two good books coming out in November. One is Pocket Change, and the other is Promise for Tomorrow.
Pocket Change is written by Debbie Archer. I first met Debbie a couple of years ago. She is so much fun to be around. She’s someone you love from the start. Pocket Change is a lot like Debbie. It’s so full of energy from the beginning. There are crazy things happening all through the book, much like Debbie, and the family is hilarious. You could say outrageous. Pure Southern charm. We tagged this as a cozy mystery. It could be called a crazy hilarious mystery. Here is what Amazon says about it and the link.
When Mary Clare Casteel (Mac) discovers her contractor stuffed in the display coffin of Pocket Change, her soon-to-open eclectic business, it puts the skids on secret plans to use her recent Publisher’s Clearing House winnings to assist at-risk businesses in her small town of Pocket, Arkansas.
Enter her quirky family and tantalizing new neighbor, Mick Walker.
Murder, techie mishaps, and a host of Southern traditions accompany Mary Clare as she juggles her fortune while dodging demanding deadbeats. What ensues is an investigation led by a new millionaire, her fun-loving family, and a handsome bait shop owner.
This book releases tomorrow, November 5, 2019.
The next book to release, and the last for 2019, is Promise for Tomorrow. The release date is November 19, but you can preorder the ebook now.
This is the second book for Michelle De Bruin.
Living a life of faith isn’t going the way Logan and Karen hoped until some special visitors arrive and offer them their future back.
Karen Millerson dreamed of teaching high school but now finds herself boarding with a farm family and teaching country school. She is engaged to marry Logan De Witt and is getting prepared to share in ministry with him. But when she gets blamed for the tragic fire at the school, Karen’s future grows uncertain.
Logan De Witt is working to clear his family’s name with the bank. But when he breaks his leg, hindering his ability to work the farm, Logan is faced with life-changing decisions. When his best friend can’t offer the help he requested, can Logan find a way to care for his family and court Karen at the same time before his love for her destroys all of them?