It’s been a busy summer, guys. We moved our family to a new city, settled into a new home, started the kids in new schools. It’s been a little crazy, a lot overwhelming, even more scary. But it’s also been great. We feel like we are right where we are meant to be and are determined to make the most of all that our new location has to offer.
Also, my next book is due out in just a couple of days. Want a surefire way to forget about all the anxious nerves that accompany a book release? Um, move the month before. I’ve been so busy, I’ve hardly given it a thought! But now? It’s happening. And I’m so excited! Want to know why?
I really love this book. I love this book ten times more than I loved the first book, which I wasn’t sure was possible, but, really truly, I love this story. I can’t wait for others to read it and get to know Henry and Eliza the way that I know them. I hope you’re looking forward to reading it too.
A few things you might care about?
I’m giving away two signed copies of the book over on Facebook. All you have to do is like my author page, or, if you ALREADY like my author page (thank you so very much for your support) you can like one of the two most recent posts on my Facebook page. They both mention the giveaway, so like either one and you’re good to go.
Here’s the link: www.facebook.com/authorjennyproctor
There is also a giveaway on Goodreads. (So many free books!) You can enter that one by clicking here:
I’d also love it if you’d offer your support to Nephi’s Books, an LDS Bookstore in Columbia, SC that has a great website where you can order my book, and lots of other great books too! They ship all over the country and, as soon as I can get down there and sign them all, will have signed copies of Mountains Between Us available for sale. It’s not listed just yet, but as soon as the book is in stock, it will be so save the link!
Are you interested in an e-book for your Kindle? It’s not listed just yet, but I promise it will be. Keep an eye on Amazon. It should show up for Kindle any day.
And finally (and most importantly) thank you, thank you for your continued support and kindness. Thank you for your many emails, your questions, your thoughts. Writing is often a solitary business. It means so much when readers reach out, when I get to share this journey with so many of you.
And of course, above all else, thank you for reading.