Author/Reviewer Jacqueline Lichtenberg reviewed my novel A Wolf's and Wolf's Clothing (wonderful review by the way) a few months after release. She enjoyed the book, so I dropped her a note to explain why there were no more releases in the series of late. First, I had to overcome a series of life-altering incidents, then the publisher -- Dorchester Publishing -- went out of business. She asked me to write about the fire, how it affected me, how it was eerily like the ending of A Wolf in Wolf's Clothing. I put it off for a long time. The events were simply too hard to sit and write about. But I think she sensed this was a bridge I had to cross in the healing process. Wise woman. I traveled that path of healing, an ongoing process, but it's a step I needed to take in my personal life and my evolving as an author. They say what doesn't break you, makes you. I have fond that to be truth.
So here is the article:
I thank Jacqueline for her kindness, her encouragement and special words about my writing.
I also give a big thanks to Montlake/Amazon Publishing for stepping in and buying my series from the defunct Dorchester Publishing and giving my series a new home.