I finished a novel this winter — a stand-alone, darker and more brooding than the Branigan Powers series. It’s called “Murder, Forgotten.”
Now I’m looking for an agent. The only thing keeping me sane is those stories of writers who were turned down 40, 50, 60 times before an agent took a chance.
I cannot wait to write that blog!
Lion Hudson has released “Death of a Jester,” the third Branigan Powers mystery, in the UK and for online orders. However, it will not reach American bookstores until August.
The staggered release is due to Lion Hudson changing its American distributor. The new sales team needed more time to get the book into stores in the U.S.
Watch for an announcement in late summer of a book launch party in Greenville, SC. I hope you can be there!
My English publisher underwent a downsizing then a buy-out, so I wasn’t at all sure that it would accept the third book in the Branigan Powers series. But Lion Hudson has indeed taken it.
The tentatively titled Death of a Jester is in the editing and cover-producing process. I hope to report a launch date for some time this year.
In browsing the web, I ran across this web site that had The Cantaloupe Thief listed as a “hidden gem” one place and as a find for 2016 elsewhere.
Take a look. https://rbclibrary.wordpress.com/tag/deb-richardson-moore/
This show aired January 28, 2017 in Greenville, SC. Thanks, Deb Sofield!
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It’s always fun to run across a review. Here’s one for The Cantaloupe Thief.