October 20, 2020

Dear Readers:

Can you believe this pandemic is still going on? Jeesh! The only saving grace is that it’s a great opportunity to read more books. I know that I have been on one reading binge after another. Some Loretta Chase and Mary Balogh series…I swear, those authors can’t write a bad book. (My favorite Loretta Chase novel is still Lord of Scoundrels, the one where the hero has a big nose, and Mary Balogh’s Survivor series is wonderful.) Every one of their books is outstanding. Then, too, I have been on a Biblical fiction kick where I have discovered some new authors, including Bodie and Brock Thoene. And for humor, an old Deborah Smith novel titled Amazing Grace (I laughed out loud at this one.) What are you reading?

Of course, I can’t help but mention my new book, TANTE LULU’S RECIPE FOR CAJUN SASS, which I just finished. Tante Lulu, who has become a beloved character to you readers) is in rare form in this second prequel relating the early life of Louise Rivard (Tante Lulu) showing how she grew into the outrageous character she became in my 12-book Cajun series. Of course, there is a man involved. And lots of opportunity for laughter and sizzle. This book follows on the first prequel, WHEN LULU WAS HOT! All of these books stand alone and can be read out of order.

There will be at least two more of these prequels before I move on to other full-length novels. Etienne, once he’s grown up, deserves his own story, as do Luc’s two daughters, a chef and a lawyer, and Mary Lou, Charmaine’s daughter who is studying to be a veterinarian. And how about Captain Dave Lanier, the emotionally wounded soldier, brother of Adam Lanier from CAJUN CRAZY?

In the meantime, I decided to go back to my Viking Navy SEALs and I’m almost done with THE CAGED VIKING. This is Kirstin Magnusson’s story, and I’m really having fun writing about her adventure in rescuing an eleventh century Viking who is being held in an exhibition cage built for a bear in a Saxon hall. This book should be released in another month or so, God willing and the pandemic slowing down.

I always love hearing from you readers. So, let me know what you think about these new books or any new ones you’d like to see. And check out my Facebook page for news at SandraHillAuthor.


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