A Free Story … Fabulous Feedback!

Finally!

Finally what, you might ask…

The Weko Harbor prequel is finally finished – and ready for new subscribers to my newsletter (<<< just click there). Yup. The story is my gift to you for signing up.

Here’s what one reader had to say about it… (Thanks so much, Kathryn!)

Perfect title to a new series that has so many wonderful stories just starting to unfold. A group of childhood friends reunited when coming together to celebrate the life of their longtime mentor after his passing. Mending fences, renewing friendships, healing hearts and souls. Sharing tears, smiles and opening up for more memories. No one tells a small town story like Ms. James does.

Just wanting to add a couple of things before I post this…

If you enjoy the prequel, you can click here (<<<), or on the title below, for links to the first full-length novel in the story, Loser Wins the Girl. Just so you know, the Amazon links are affiliate links. Learn more about those by clicking here.

And finally, I just want you to know that if you only want to subscribe to my newsletter to get the free story – and then immediately unsubscribe – that’s okay. No hard feelings. I promise. If you don’t like being on a mailing list, I understand. It can be quite overwhelming to keep getting slammed with emails. So, just click that unsubscribe button in one of the emails right after you get the book.

Why? Because the prequel is free for anyone who wants it. The newsletter is for those who want to know more about me, my writing process, my dog, cats, and chickens, updates on writing progress, and new releases. It’s okay to want something to add to your library but not want the rest. 

So whether you sign  up and hang around, or you sign up and unsubscribe, I hope you enjoy getting to know the residents of Weko Harbor. 🙂

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