Where is Fire and Ice?

Where is Fire and Ice????
That’s the question on everyone’s mind these days
If you haven’t realized it yet, book 10 of the Locust Point Mystery Series is NOT out yet.
2020 has hit everyone with a big bag of bricks—me included. I had a worrisome health scare this winter (I’m fine, thankfully), then my sister-in-law went into the hospital with acute liver failure in January, only to pass away three weeks later. Our whole family is still numb with shock. She had cystic-fibrosis, but none of us were prepared for her to die so suddenly like this.
I’m also getting back on track from a bit of burnout. Many of you know that I also write under the name Debra Dunbar (NOT cozy) and I overestimated my writing speed—drastically overestimated it.
Add to that the current stress of the virus, and I’m waaaaay behind.
Fire and Ice IS coming. I just can’t promise you when. I’m guessing June/July, but don’t hold me to that. Either way, I promise to deliver a wonderful book that you’ll enjoy and that will be worth every penny of your budget. And, as always, the whole series is available for free under Kindle Unlimited.
Stay Healthy. Read. Knit. Bake. Love your family, your kitties, and your pups. And thank you for loving Kay and all her quirky friends.

5 Comments

  1. I love this series! Sorry to hear of your loss and your own health issue.
    Please work on your health first! Then take us on the next sdventure! I know I will enjoy the next book as I have the others.

  2. Just found your series and I’m binge reading them and have loved them all so far. The characters are so personable as are the ghosts. Sorry for your loss, thoughts to you and your family. It’s a weird time right now, take care .

  3. I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your sister-in-law and your health, my condolences and prayers to u and your family.

    I read all of the Locust Point Mystery Series and can’t wait until Fire and Ice is released!

    Take care of yourself!!

  4. I hope you are doing much better. I found the series during the pandemic and binged it. I’m looking forward to more books when you are able. Also, I am so sorry for your loss and your family. You are in my thoughts.

  5. Thank you for your wonderful stories & characters! They were a bright spot in a very sad time for me when I discovered the books last year & I have reread the entire series this crazy coronavirus summer. I am so sorry for your loss. And I thank the Lord that your health is restored & you’re in my prayers for continued healing. I wanted to tell you that your books are treasures. Laughter & blessings to you!

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