I know, I know. Iâ€™ve been trying to get a newsletter out on a monthly basis. And I was doing pretty well there for a while. Then, May hit. Now, a lot of people would defend themselves by offering lame excuses like â€œI lost track of timeâ€ or â€œWas I supposed to do that?â€ Not me. Iâ€™m guilty, guilty, GUILTY. I messed up. There, I feel better. I hope you do, too. On with the showâ€¦
I have finished writing Book 3 of my Sarah Greene Mysteries series, and the manuscript is off to the editor. Originally, I had planned to publish the novel next year. Well, this one should be out in late 2020. At that time, I also plan to release a box set containing all three books.
For those of you who are Kindle Unlimited subscribers, you can read Books 1 and 2 for free. And speaking of KU, Iâ€™ve decided to move all my books to Kindle Unlimited. By the time you read this, everything should be available.
The Gun by Fuminori Nakamura is a different kind of novel. Reading it, I couldnâ€™t help imagine Holden Caulfield as an angry Japanese man with a weapon. Itâ€™s a fascinating story. You can read my review here.
For those of you with a Netflix account, check out Black Spot, a dark thriller set in a French town located near a forest. Maybe itâ€™s the trees, but the inhabitants of this town are seriously messed up.
And for you Amazon Prime members, if you like English dramas, then An Inspector Calls might be your cup of tea. Itâ€™s based on the play by the esteemed J. B. Priestley.
Stay well. See you next month, when I try to locate a swimming pool that only allows one person at a time. Peace and love.