April 24, 2024

Cover Reveal for Christmas '24


 "All morning it has been raining.

In the language of the garden, this is happiness.”
―Mary Oliver
Hey Ya'll!                    
I hope you’ve had a great “spring fling”. I just returned from Kentucky and seeing my mother who turned 80 years old this past weekend. What a milestone. I would be lucky to turnout and to endure half as well as my mom. She may have been born and raised in Chicago, but she is a true lady, and the South is lucky to have her. I wasn’t blessed with everything I needed in my early life, but God gave me a good momma.

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From the Writing Desk
Historical Romance News: I’ve hinted on social media, but you heard it first here: I am releasing a short story historical romance collection this summer! These books will include classic regency, pirating, perhaps a trip to the Scottish highlands, and more. The first series will be set on the coast of Cornwall and feature 3 to 5 books. The series title is coming soon. And good news: They will be priced at .99 and newsletter subscribers will receive the first story free!

Love Inspired Inspirational Romance News: As you know, The Beekeeper Next Door releases June 25th and that’s only weeks away. Reviewers have been notified, and I am working on getting those advance copies out. Also, I’m happy to share with you that the book cover for my October release is finished! Sandra Bullock was the inspiration for this career woman comes home romance, and I absolutely loved writing it. A Guardian Till Christmas has a lot of humor in it—and pain. Sometimes loss is the catalyst for the best changes in us. Check out the final cover below!

Thank you for taking last month's research poll! Here are the results:
If you read women’s fiction, do you prefer spiritual,
small town, historical, or paranormal?

Spiritual 30% Small Town 10% Historical 25% Romance 15% All of The Above 20%

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So long for now...

Thanks for reading my newsletter. I hope you have a wonderful April with fair weather and fresh flowers.

Danielle Thorne

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