It’s that time of year again, we are all buckling down for NaNoWriMo! WAHOO and I am deciding to try and edit a book for Christmas!
A NEW BOOK!
Can you believe it?
I finished this book back in 2013, so it’s a bit old but still…worth reading and publishing.
Originally, I was never, ever, ever, ever going to publish this book.
NOTHING WENT AS PLANNED!
The characters were terrible!
Well, my friends said otherwise, and I’ve found myself wanting to go back and see how bad the book really, was. I was very surprised at what I found.
I like it.
Well, actually, I might be in love with it…just a little.
Certainly enough to publish it, and while it’s still a little quirky and cute and my characters are just themselves all over…I am looking for a little feedback and maybe spreading the word that Jessica Greyson is finally coming out with a new novel if you are interested.
Title…currently: Tracking Ruby (this may change…who knows.)
Page length about: 250 pages give or take on how the editing goes.
Word count: 60459 (bound to change, I am editing after all.)
What is it about?’
When bookworm Deputy Sophie Brown, rescues a seemingly want to be troublemaker Jesse Garrison, who likes his coffee as black as his boots. She far from realizes the impact he will have on her life. She is more caught up in hiding her secret and wondering how Elizabeth Bennet would survive in a town filled with undashing and undesirable Colonel Wickham’s and Mr. Colin’s.
Jesse is searching for purpose, redemption and the beloved family treasure. Rescuing a deputy and wrangling her into his mission isn’t part of his plan, however when they land in trouble together can he save her, and not land behind bars?
Working together can they collect the unlikely treasure and find that something more they’ve been searching for, or are they bound for shipwreck and ultimate disaster?
Now, if you are interested in reading this drop me a line at my email address. jessapphire.at.gmail.com and let me know you’d like to beta read!
I’d like to hear back from you by the end of November so I can steamroll this onto the publishing line in time for Christmas!
Thank you one and all!