In the Writer’s House #7

Hello Everyone!

I have been a busy beaver this last week, printing out chapters and reading through them again. We found the hole punch so I started printing chapters in batches and putting them in a small binder to read through for my last rewrite of Heir Force before it goes on to first readers. 

I’m getting excited thinking about the book coming out, even though I still have so many little tasks to finish. I have a few chapters left to read through, then will make my final edits and changes, pass it on to first readers and continue working on the cover design. Thank you to those who commented on my cover ideas! I got several helpful comments; you can see the cover here if you missed it.

Heir Force

So what is Heir Force about? Here is a little information about my next book. Heir Force is a military inspirational romance set in modern day. When tragedy strikes, a secret is revealed that rocks Kate’s world and changes her life forever. Will she accept her most challenging assignment yet or will she walk away? Find out, in Heir Force, coming out this fall!

My Next Project

I’m thinking about writing a shorter novel, one that takes place over Christmas. What are your favorite elements in a Christmas story? The setting? The feel-good story? The decorations, lights, gifts, winter weather, and love during the season? Share your thoughts with us. I may use your ideas in my next book!

Reading is Rewarding

Our family went to the final event for summer reading at the base library tonight where Olive Garden served up salad, spaghetti and bread sticks. I won a gift card to Barnes and Noble in the weekly drawing from there also. Happy shopping for me! The entertainment following dinner was all about animals, but we had to leave early as our son had another library event with our city library. So much fun!

That’s about it from my corner of the world!

Happy reading!

~~Michelle

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4 thoughts on “In the Writer’s House #7

  1. My favourite elements in a Christmas story include everything you mentioned – the feel-good holiday spirit, the setting, the decorations, and also the food. I love reading Christmas novels!

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