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Sizzling Summer Reading

Jul 10, 2015

Hello, dear FOKE (aka Friend of Kathleen Eagle)--

Do you have a vacation in store, or have you already done some traveling/visiting/much-needed relaxing? Just because summer is half over, remember what Yogi Berra taught us: "It ain't over 'til it's over." And if you're like me, you'll frequently settle into a comfortable chair on the porch or a bench under a shady tree for an easy breezy hour or two with a good book. Fiction takes us places and introduces us to people we want to spend time with, get to know.

Sage Parker and Megan McBride are just such people. It's been more than 25 years since I wrote their story in BUT THAT WAS YESTERDAY. The book was a Romance Writers of America RITA Award finalist, widely praised in its day. But when I recovered the rights, sold it to a new publisher, and rediscovered the book myself after so many years, I realized that this wonderful (if I do say so) story deserved the benefit of the skills I've honed in the interim years. My new editor loved the book, but I was far from satisfied. I revised it so thoroughly that we had to pull a new copyright.

And now BUT THAT WAS YESTERDAY is ready for readers to enjoy anew. It's available in paper--new cover, new trade format--and as an e-book. Please visit kathleeneagle.com for more information and for links to Amazon, B&N and Kobo. (Not that I'm partial to any particular retailer--any FOB (books!) is an FOE--but those links were handy.)

I'm working on way too many projects right now--a new Special Edition, a new single title, and several books that I want to completely revise--but I'm also looking forward to a road trip to Standing Rock for the big summer celebration in Fort Yates. Family, old friends, traditional dancing and feasting, horseback riding--summertime! Oh, and what am I reading? I've become a big fan of Elizabeth Hoyt's wonderful historicals. Reading her whole backlist. Two Eagle talons up!

I hope you're enjoying good health, good times, and good reading.
All my best,
Kathleen Eagle