DRUM ROLL for JUBILEE'S JOURNEY, BOOK TWO IN THE WYATTSVILLE SERIES
Jubilee's Journey is scheduled for release in October 2013.
The Wyattsville series started with Spare Change, but it wasn't meant to be a series. Spare Change was written as a stand alone book…but somewhere along the line I fell in love with Ethan Allen and Olivia, so much so that I simply couldn't bear to have them leave me.
Like Spare Change, Jubilee's Journey could easily be a stand alone novel…but instead it's the best of all worlds. It's a full circle story that enabled me to go back and revisit some of the people I came to love.
Jubilee's Journey starts with the story of a coal mining family from West Virginia, so I thought my readers might enjoy meeting the source of my inspiration… they are my family. Well, my mother's sister and her family to be exact.
Beginning Monday I will feature three stories about these awesome people. They are inspirational, heartwarming and real. They are part of who I am and why goodness inspires me. For more years than I can remember I have held these stories in my head and now it's time to share them. Join me for a look at what life was like in the coal mining country of West Virginia. Once you get to know the very special people in these stories, I think you'll be as anxious as I was to move along with Jubilee's Journey.
Reblogged this on Chorley Chronicals and commented:
I can’t wait for this one!
Oh I can’t wait! I’m from West Virginia, so it makes me even more psyched to read it!
just in time. I am just finishing up the last of your series of books and here it is!, another one to read. Love your books.
Congratulations Bette. And another knockout cover. Those beautiful blue eyes are calling out to me. ^_^
I lover stories like this. 🙂
What a beautiful cover and a compelling story. You’ve definitely gotten my attention!
What a compelling introduction to JUBILEE’S JOURNEY. You’ve got my attention!
Congratulations Bette! Jubilee looks so precious. What a delightful name, just like Ethan Allen:)
You did it again Bette. I finsihed Cracks in the Sidewalk with fresh tears on my cheeks. Didn’t even realize I was crying. Thanks so much for your wonderful stories. I step outside myself and really feel, something I’m afraid to do at times in my life.
Congratulations Bette!! You must be thrilled at the end result. Cover says so much. Jubilee’s Journey is a great title. Are you planning for the series to continue? Can wait to read your feature stories. As you know I have all but one of your books Which is Life in the Land That Is.