Hey! It’s BE BRAVE FRIDAY and um . . . I’m not sure what I’m being brave about right now.
No. No, that’s a lie.
I’m going to be brave by sharing a huge painting that I’m working on and I’m going to be brave by telling you that I have a book coming out tomorrow, which I’ve done absolutely nothing to promote because I suck, and I’ve been working too much on OTHER people’s books.
But here is the book . . .
It’s called THE PEOPLE WHO LEAVE and it’s the latest installment of the Dude series. Shaun (the husband) and I are currently arguing about whether it’s the last installment. I say yes. He says no. Feel free to weigh in if you’ve been reading it.
WHAT IT IS ABOUT
A heartbreaking and romantic must-read thriller from New York Times and internationally bestselling author Carrie Jones brings a Maine teen’s past into a terrifying present.
Jessica “Dude” Goodfeather’s mother walked off and left her and her kind stoner dad when she was just a little girl, but after a mysterious email leads to some serious questions, Dude and her friends realize that her mother might not have willingly abandoned them after all.
The third book in Carrie Jones’s exciting Maine mystery series forces Dude to grapple with the ghosts of her family’s past so that she can finally head towards a hopefully brighter future.
Join New York Times and internationally bestselling author Carrie Jones in the third book of the Dude Mystery Series as it combines the excitement of a thriller with the first-hand immediacy and quirky heroines that Jones is known for.
POSTS AND PODCASTS THIS WEEK
And just to catch up, here are the posts from this week!
My author interview with Tony Quintana on Dogs are Smarter Than People’s bonus edition.
On Write Better Now, we talk about the biggest thing holding back you and your writing.
On Carrie Does Poetry, I read the aptly titled poem, “Mean People Suck.”
This week’s humorous, but yummy recipe was WHIP THAT SEXY FETA, HONEY.
On Dogs are Smarter Than People, we talk about toxic masculinity. Yowza.
And our live podcast, LOVING THE STRANGE, we talk about the strange reasons people have called 9-1-1.
Over on Medium and my social media, I post motivating daily thoughts from my animals. On Medium (and only on Medium), I post poems that I’ve written (usually) every weekday. You should check it out! And clap or something so I can make $1 over there this month. 🙂
This scandalous photo didn’t make it into the week day motivating thoughts. I was too afraid to post this on Twitter. Plus, so much fur on the blanket.
How About You?
There you go! And how are you doing? Are you hanging in? Being brave? Thinking thoughts? Sharing new things?