It's hard to believe that I wrote Rebecca at the Beach almost two years ago. At almost 20,000 words it is a very short read, sometimes known as a novella in trade parlance. It was also the first work of fiction I had ever penned unless you count elementary school essays, so it was a new exercise for me. The book was fun to write because there were strong autobiographical elements interwoven through the story. I think most authors draw from their own experiences when creating works of fiction. I didn't think it would take almost two years to release Part II of the trilogy but, wow, the unstoppable march of time moves swiftly, doesn't it? Searching for Rebecca takes up where the first one left off. The book explores what happens when a seemingly harmless summer romance in the Florida Amish settlement of Pinecraft begins to draw others into its orbit. The book should be available next week in Kindle and physical form, I'll post more then. I just thought I'd be a tease today and post the cover as the story-line in Searching shifts from Pinecraft in the first book to Ohio's Amish country in the second. That is where the above book cover photo is set. Stay tuned!:)
When can I buy your new book about Rebecca. Can't wait. Renecca
Thanks, Rebecca, it should be available next week directly from Amazon!
The first Rebecca was excellent and I enjoyed it so much I recommended it to my then 14 year old son, who also loved it. Such a sweet story. Looking forward to another installment. Thanks.
Vicki Van Wey
I can't wait! Will it be available at any stores, or only on Amazon?
Thanks! Only on Amazon!
Got both bought for my kindle.
Cool, thanks Cindy, I hope you enjoy!