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CHASING THE RUNAWAY BRIDE

 

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WChasing the Runaway Bride -- Susan Meiere have some exciting things happening this summer! CHASING THE RUNAWAY BRIDE, the second book in the Donovan Brothers Novels series, will be $.99 on June 14. To celebrate this, I’ve FINALLY written Barbara Beth’s story. If you read any of the three books, you know Barbara Beth is a main staple in Harmony Hills, Pennsylvania, the best friend of all three of the Donovan Brothers. She looked out for them as they found love in their own stories. Readers consistently wrote to me asking…When does Barbara Beth get her story?

The problem was I kept thinking her story was a novel, when in truth it was somewhere between a short story and a novella. She’s a woman who knows her mind, so when she fell, she fell hard and she fell fast. LOL

I’m giving the story away to newsletter subscribers and anyone who signs up for my newsletter in June.

Even more fun, though, I’ve written some Christmas-in-July stories that connect to the Manhattan Babies series. So, in July, newsletter subscribers will receive these two stories. THE BARISTA AND THE BILLIONAIRE and THE CHRISTMAS CAT.

These two Christmas stories connect to the Manhattan Babies series, the last book of which, FALLING FOR THE PREGNANT HEIRESS, Sabrina McCallan’s story releases in August. This was one of my most fun books to write. Sabrina and her brother Seth’s friend Trent find themselves tromping around Europe, looking for her on-again, off-again boyfriend Pierre to tell him he’s about to be a father. The last thing they expect is to fall in love.  Neither one of them wants a permanent relationship. Love’s failed them both too many times and too many ways…

But with each other and an Irish castle, they find magic.

The only possible hitch in all my big plan to give away stories is my learning to format and upload my them to the platforms that offer them free. LOL

But newsletter subscribers need not fear. I can put them in the body of the newsletter if I fail.

All of this leads to the fact that becoming an author is not as simple as it used to be. I’ve been around for decades but I find myself learning new things.

Luckily, I love to learn.

Hoping everyone is enjoying her summer!

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