Welcome back for another Monroe Minute! Joss here – after a lengthy absence. I’m not really going to comment on the fact that it’s been more than seven months since Kristy’s done much with the blog. I will say that her reasons this time were legit. Mostly. A big part of those reasons was that she finished and published two new books near the end of 2022.
And one of those books was set right here in Weko Harbor! Yup. Our very own Tara Nelson stars in The Bell Ringer’s Christmas. Then there was Quinn’s Saving Grace, the fourth installment in her Royal Sweetheart series. I’m not familiar with those stories, but they seem to have pretty good ratings. Technically, I’m not familiar with any of Kristy’s books because romance really isn’t my thing. She says that’s probably why I’m over forty and still single.
If you haven’t gotten your free copy of the Weko Harbor prequel, Hard Goodbyes and New Beginnings just sign up for Kristy’s newsletter (click here). If you don’t want to to get anymore updates in your email inbox, all you need to do is scroll to the bottom of the newsletter and click ‘unsubscribe.’ But don’t do it until you get the prequel! And if you like the prequel, click home page on her website for links to get book one in the series – Loser Wins the Girl, The Bell Ringer’s Christmas, and Josh (first in The Men from the Double M, a Weko Harbor companion series).
Now that the plugs for Kristy are out of the way, there isn’t much to add today. It’s just been one of ‘those’ winters with. There’s a meme going around about Michigan throwing out temperatures like lottery numbers, and it’s very true. From single digits to the fifties. We have had some impressive gale warnings, and that brings out the local surfers. Yes, you heard me right. Google Great Lakes surfing, then click videos if you don’t believe me.
And… It’s time for me to get back to work. Here are a few of the songs I’ll be playing for Kristy’s writing pleasure tonight. She says to tell you she’s revamping a few chapters in book two of the Double M series (which will be the fourth Weko Harbor story) – and should be available early this spring.
She also says to remind you to get your free copy of the Weko Harbor prequel by clicking on the link above (or here). And that you can get a couple of her audible short stories free on Google Books. One of them is on her YouTube channel – with more to follow.