Wow, I didn’t mean to let January get away, but I’ve been busy writing on Healing the Amish Widow’s Heart and time just slipped by… I’m happy to report I’ve passed the halfway mark, and I’m beginning to head toward the end. This book has been a difficult one, fighting me every step of the way. But I am determined to whip it into shape and get it delivered to my editor before my June 1, 2022 deadline. As it was, I ended up having to toss the original opening and write a new one. Thankfully, my editor liked it and gave me the greenlight to finish the manuscript. What a relief! I was so worried she wouldn’t like it. As for the wrong-way start…sometimes you have to go through several drafts before you hit the nail on the head. It’s not the first time I’ve had to throw out an opening, and it won’t be the last. The old saying that writing is rewriting is true. But nothing’s set in stone and it can always be redone!
Aside from writing, I’ve been busy behind the scenes getting ready to promote Finding Her Amish Home, which will release at the end of June 2022. To help me out, I’ve started a street team, and I’m inviting readers to join! Love getting ARC’s, beta reading, cover reveals and participating in fun member’s only giveaways? Then this is the group for you! The deets are here: Join Pam’s Street Team
Not much else to tell as most days are spent at the computer, typing away. I’ll be popping in in February with some more updates.
Take care and stay warm!