Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Progress can be really cool! I'm so excited. I've worked hard to put the finishing touches on my next romance novel. If you've clicked the "new book" tab, you've already learned a little bit about it. In fact, if you've seen it and then come back, you won't see "new tab," you'll see Contemporary Romance instead. And inside is...

The title: Grace Without Grace Stumbling Into Romance. (Poor clumsy Grace.)

Now for the exciting stuff! REAL DATES!

The Cover Reveal is set for August 26th! The book will be ready for pre-orders on Amazon that day.

The full release date for the book with Amazon is September 6th. Awesome, right? I can hardly wait. I'm so excited to see if everyone loves reading the book as much as I enjoyed writing it.

Everyone on my newsletter should get the info, so be sure your name is on the list.

If you're reading this, you have my blog info, but for friends you'd like to share this with, the address is susantietjen.blogspot.com.

Tune in again soon to see what else has happened. You never know. Life is full of twists and turns, isn't it?

I do have a couple more pictures I'd love to share. First: some of the flowers my amazing fuchsias have produced. Aren't they beautiful? Nature just amazes me.




Second: My father's is quite a man. He's lived a long time, seen a lot of things. His mind is sharp, even if he can't move as quickly as he used to. He had an admirable career, inventing jet engines and their parts, etc., for the United States Air Force. I'm not allowed to share some of what he did because then he'd have to kill me to protect national security. LOL. He drives a red camaro, reads his Kindle every day, can cruise the web with the best of us, and still has quite a mind. He amazes me. We just celebrated his 92nd birthday recently. It was so fun. Congrats, Dad! 
Love you for always. 




 






This man reminds me that people aren't useless just because they've got a few years under their belts. There are people half his age who don't think clearly, so aging isn't an excuse for discounting opinions, ideas, or needs. Respect for older generations has been an earmark of a good society for thousands of years. Failing to do so has heralded the fall of nations, too. We need to keep that in mind.









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