Yesterday I posted Chapter 26 of 1 Flew Over the Raven’s Nest.
This is proving to be an interesting experiment. To give something back to readers during the isolation of the pandemic, I began posting chapters (as I write them) of the first book in my new Cursed Chicks series. It’s fun…but it’s also frightening. It’s strange to try know I won’t have the opportunity to go back and fix things and that’s led to me working fairly slowly on it. (That and the fact I’m trying to fix the next book in my Hitwoman series.)
But it’s been cool to get all the positive feedback from readers as I write.
And for those that aren’t reading along, YES, it will be released in book form when it’s done. (But no, I don’t know when that will be yet.)
If you haven’t started it yet, here’s what the story is about:
You may think your mother-in-law is a witch, but RV’s really was.
And now there’s a very real chance she’ll be haunted by Mildred Bloodworth for eternity.
The only way to free herself from the curse that binds them, is for RV to make amends for Millie’s misdeeds.
Accompanied by a possessed Siamese cat, RV embarks, in her mother-in-law’s pink camper van, on a journey to right wrongs. But plans, like spells, can backfire.
RV drives right into a crime scene and quickly becomes the chief suspect in a mysterious murder.
Determined to prove her innocence, RV investigates with the help of a lucky penny, a wise owl, a reclusive turtle, and a magician whose agenda is unknown.