With all of the mayhem and excitement of three books releasing this month, I was so thrilled to discover that WIFE ON HIS DOORSTEP landed on the Publisher’s Weekly bestseller list at #18!
It’s just such a thrill to make the list again, and I’m so grateful to all my readers who grabbed a copy and made that possible. I really couldn’t do this job without you. ❤ There is nothing I love more than writing these stories, but if I didn’t have you to enjoy them with me, I wouldn’t be able to do this. I’m eternally grateful for each and every one of you!
If you haven’t gotten your copy yet, it’s on the shelves now, if you’d like to pick up a copy, or order it online!
I also wanted to remind you about my Facebook Giveaway with Vannetta Chapman! She’s a fan favourite, and one of my favourite people. We’re giving away a copy of my June release, THE PREACHER’S DAUGHTER, which is on the shelves in Walmart and everywhere books are sold right now, and the first book in her Amish cozy mystery series, DEAD WRONG.
Also… a knitted surprise!
As a way to make it easier for everyone to win, we’re posting this giveaway on BOTH of our Facebook pages, and you can enter in both places. We’ll each be choosing winners, so that means there will be a winner chosen from her page, and a winner chosen from mine. The winner from my page will get a surprise knitted by me, and the winner from her page will get a surprise knitted by her!
So definitely come by Facebook for this giveaway!
And as always, I have continual giveaways happening on my Facebook page–mostly with Amish fiction. And we have a lot of fun! So if you haven’t yet, come over and give me a follow! 🙂
On a personal note…
Life here in Alberta is staying pretty quiet right now. I’m working on a new book for Harlequin Heartwarming called Deputy Defender that features an Ohio sheriff’s deputy with the witness he’s sheltering in Amish country. This will be the first time that Heartwarming features Amish elements in a story, so I’m excited to be the first there!
Our teenaged son is working on his last month of school from home, and we’re hoping everything will be back to normal again by September. I’m a delight, but I’m pretty sure he’d rather be around friends and teachers next year. LOL!
Mr. Johns and I are working hard, and our time seems to be measured out by weekends relaxing together and food on the table… like my newest batch of super-garlicky pickles! This is as exciting as it gets around here lately, and I’m not complaining about that! I like it quiet in my real life. Drama is definitely reserved for fiction! 🙂
I hope you all thoroughly enjoy your summer!
On the shelves now wherever books are sold!
On the shelves in Walmart, and wherever books are sold!