It’s been a busy time around here for us. We’re preparing for the annual “snowbird migration” when we move ourselves from Tampa to Traverse City for the summer. This is always a pleasure and a big job. We do look forward to the lilacs and the lake and all the wonderful summer produce Up North! Little Miki is excited. This was her Cinco de Mayo photo. Can you tell?
I’m finishing up edits and other work on Jack of Hearts to have it ready for you as promised on July 2. The preorders will be widely available soon for all formats. I’ll give you all the “scoop” on that next time, with buy links. The amazing Corey Snow is working on the audiobook and I really hope you’re going to love everything!
And I’m scribbling away on Straight Jack, the November Hunt for Jack Reacher Series title. The publishing schedule is a work of art, I’ll tell you. Lots of lead time is required to get the book from my head to your hands. The goal is to have the first draft of Straight Jack finished when Jack of Hearts releases — so everything can get out to you on time. Whew!
But until all that happens…. Something new to report on the Jess Kimball Thrillers! We’ve been working on this one for a while and I’m so excited to reveal it to you — finally!
We’ve just released the first three Jess Kimball Thrillers in audio! And, even better, the books are available in all formats in libraries and on platforms like Hoopla, Libby, and Cloud Library. How cool is that, right? The fabulous narrator for these books is Natalie Naudus and we’re thrilled to have her on board. (If you’re looking for buy links for ebooks, you’ll find them at the bottom of this email.)
Suspense, action, and plenty of thrills. Dig into Diane Capri’s series about Jess Kimball, an investigative reporter with a very personal mission. These thrillers are widely available as audiobooks for the first time ever! Don’t miss them!
Get the series exclusively on Apple Books: apple.co/jesskimball
Or, find them in your library here:
All in all, our spirits are lifted around here and I hope yours are, too. We’re turning the corner on this pandemic and our summer is looking to be much better this year than last. Here’s hoping we’ll all be able to say the same very soon.