I’m so excited for the new cover of my next book, Yours Truly, Thomas. I think it’ll be up on Amazon and other places pretty soon (technically it’s listed there already but without a picture).

This book is stand alone but it passes through Azure Springs and has many of the characters from The Hope of Azure Springs pass through it. Penny is our lead and she works at the Dead Letter Office in Washington DC. I just think that would have been the neatest job–reading letters and trying to get them where they were meant to go.

Penny doesn’t always think it’s exciting but I guess after years of doing it, it might get old. There were so many pieces of trivia I wanted to put in this book that I wasn’t able to. But I think if you’re like me you’ll find the details that made the cut very interesting.

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11 thoughts on “Yours Truly, Thomas

  1. I JUST finished The Hope of Azure Springs!!! You are an amazing writer! I couldn’t put the book down!!! I so enjoyed reading Em’s story! Through tears and smiles- was awesome all the way through! Like your first book- this is a beautiful cover too! I’m excited to read your next book!

  2. I have just finished The Hope of Azure Springs. The characters are so real and relatable. Yes, I cried, and cheered on Em. You really know how to bring a story to life! I hope you continue writing for years, and touch many more hearts.

    1. Thanks Judy! Writing is a wonderful creative outlet for me. When i hear my stories have touched hearts it all feels so purposeful!

  3. I like your style of writing; I like historical novels. I have read about orphan trains in another book but sure of the author.
    Looking forward to our library getting Yours Truly, Thomas in July. Keep on writing.

  4. O am an avid reader. Every morning morning my husband of 57 years brings me my coffee and I drink it in bed and read. My 1st daughter married her best friend. They are writers and he is an editor i have had a story in my head for about 40 years. I think I will write it this summer as I travel back to Oregon and WA. We spent 3 years in Vashon Island in the army 56 years ago. We were both born in Wa
    I usually get only free with Kindle but I paid for your book and it was a.joy to read. God has blessed you and you have blessed others with His gift.

    1. Thank you for this kind message. Sounds like a wonderful trip! And writing while you travel sounds perfect.

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