An Unexamined Wife–The 2nd Charlotte Anthony Mystery
An Unexamined Wife is finished and available on Amazon.com! It’s also FREE ON CHRISTMAS DAY AND BOXING DAY, so I hope you’ll take advantage of this holiday present. It’s also a good way to get a review copy that is also an Authorized Purchase, and I’d be tickled pink if you left a review.
Charlotte is about to spend the holidays in Aspen with her daughter, but manages to first stumble across the body of Dr. Alonzo Garibaldi, the father of an old friend. She gets caught up in another murder investigation, and along the way she manages to fall in love with one of the least likely guys in Elm Grove, a character who played a big role in An Uncollected Death. He’s going to play a big role in future books, too, and will hopefully bring another element to Charlotte’s particular way of sleuthing.
Does this have anything at all to do with minimalism? You bet it does! The focus and financial control that is the result of living simply and making mindful choices has made it possible for me to find the time and energy to be a full-time writer. That, and a little help from my family and friends. I can go on about the details of minimalism until the cows come home, but the real proof is in the results as well as the process. A two published novels in one year (and they’re not short books, either) is proof. I intend to repeat this next year.
Now, off to get ready to turn my office into a guest room and get ready to make Christmas dinner! Happy Holidays to you and yours.