If you’ve been a fan of my books for very long, and followed me on Facebook or Twitter, you know I go crazy happy when it turns fall. It’s my favorite season of them all, and maybe it’s just mental, but I think I do some of my best writing in the fall too!
But before we leave summer behind, I’d be remiss to not mention my summer novel, Just 18 Summers! If you haven’t read this family comedy and drama about parenthood, don’t miss it! You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. And you’ll have a whole new appreciation for how fast time flies.
In other news—and it’s pretty exciting news!—my new novel Old Fashioned is available! It’s been released ahead of the film in e-book format, and starting in January, you can get the paperback. Then in February, you can see the film, on which the book is based. And may I take a moment to rally the troops here and ask that you support this film and book. It’s not only a great story (about a man and woman who decide to date the old fashioned way), but it’s also scheduled to be going head-to-head with the movie Fifty Shades of Grey. If you want to stand up for chivalry and love, take a stand by going to see Old Fashioned (written and directed by the talented Rik Swartzwelder) on Valentine’s Day 2015. Money talks in Hollywood, and if they see that you’re willing to pay to go see a movie with morals, they’ll start listening to you. And by the way, the movie is terrific. I’ve seen it personally and loved every minute of it. (I even cried!)
Speaking of movies, have you had a chance to see the trailer of my new film, Skid, based on my novel from the Occupational Hazards series? View it here: www.skidmovie.com. And come like our page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/skidmovie. Keep up-to-date on when and how you can see the movie when it’s released, plus enjoy behind-the-scenes photos of the making of this action comedy.
And for those of you who are fans of the romantic comedies Cheryl McKay and I write together, we’re working on a new one called Love’s a Stage. More on that soon!
Hope you enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of fall! And as always, thanks for your support for my writing. I appreciate each and every one of you!
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