Secrets in San Remo Debuts

31 Oct

Remo

This has been a long road, nearly a year and a half after starting Secrets in San Remo and now it has finally come to fruition.  There have been many fits and starts, much frustration but the minute those first books arrived at my doorstep I realized that all the hard work and sacrafice was worth it.  I have always dreamed of being a writer but as is the case with so many people, life got in the way. How could I quit my job? I’d always been in the corporate and then non-profit world. There never seemed to be enough spare time. I never thought I would be able to do it – oh sure I started perhaps a hundred books – the key is finishing those books and then finding someone to say – you know what I think that will work.

Finally I was approaching a milestone birthday and said to myself – if not now then when?  So here is the first of many. Tell me what you like and what you don’t like.  I’d like to make this a forum for readers and writers – doesn’t that sound fun?? Off to rewriting the next book I’ll give some insight on it in a few days!! Have a great day!!

About the Book:

After twenty-four years of dedicating her life to her career, Maggie McCormick suddenly finds herself unemployed, compliments of her dead boss’s lousy kids. She takes solace in the herbs and gardens her healer aunt left her, but with no job, no man, and nomadic parents, she turns to her best friend, Trisha, for consolation. However, Trisha has problems of her own. After converting her travel agency to a less mainstream enterprise, her work troubles are only eclipsed by an oddly behaving husband. Together, the women decide to put aside their collective worries by heading out on the town. Maggie, however, soon realizes her string of bad luck is not yet behind her when she runs – literally – into the handsome and unforgettable Jamie Williams. Will Maggie be able to turn her luck around and capture Jamie’s heart? Or is she destined to continue her aunt’s herbal legacy without love by her side?

Susan

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