So as some of you may know, I’ve been working hard to put the finishing touches on my release of Capturing the Stowaway, my debut novella in the Captured Hearts of Keldonia series. I’d originally hoped to have it all shiny and ready to release this week, but alas I’m still working on some final edits before I’ll be publishing it on Amazon. As it stands, I’m looking to publish it on Thursday, 5/18/17 – but even that date may be postponed for yet another week, depending on how these next few editing days go.
The good news is, for those like me who are Kindle Unlimited subscribers – I do plan on releasing it with inclusion in Kindle Unlimited as soon as it launches. I’ll also be offering it for .99 for the first week as a kick-start, for those who do not have Kindle Unlimited. Rest assured, the moment the book is launched, I’ll be blasting it to the world, so be sure to sign up for my friendly book updates to be notified of the release right away.
In case you haven’t seen previous posts about my book, here is a quick summary:
Book One in the Captured Hearts of Keldonia Series
Romance – Adventure – Magic … it’s all here…
Capturing the Stowaway
Captain Rowan Greymont is a fearsome pirate who is married to the sea and his ship, The Onyx Crow. Brienna Hartworth is a farmer’s daughter from a small town, on a quest to return home and save her father’s life. Fate brings these two together when Brienna boards Rowan’s ship as a stowaway, and her discovery leads to a whirlwind of challenges. Together they must travel across the wild seas of Keldonia, a war-torn realm of ancient magic and intrigue. While both on separate missions of the utmost importance, an unexpected bond begins to form between them. Can love prevail for this unlikely couple when duty and lives are at stake?
… and a little bit about me, the author, Lydia Crane:
Lydia Crane is a freelancing Jill-of-all-trades, but above all, she enjoys crafting a good story. You can easily find Lydia locked in her office, eagerly drumming away at a keyboard while everyone else is out doing normal things. If you press your ear to the door of her writing room, you might even hear the dreadful cry of purple prose, desperately clinging to life as she slices it from her latest manuscript. An easier way of finding Lydia is simply by sending her a message or following her on Facebook and Twitter.
Thanks for visiting and I’ll be in touch again just as soon as the book is launching!