I’m getting a lot of reader emails and messages asking me what my next books are, which is awesome. I’m so thrilled that readers are ready for more of my books. Because of all the questions, I thought this would be a great time to update you on my release schedule. Through the summer and early fall, it will be fairly quiet as far as new books go from me, but then it picks up and doesn’t slow down until fall 2022. Part of the reason for the gap is I wrote fewer books in 2020. Between the pandemic and getting married, I reduced my load. However, I’m back to my normal pace in 2021. In fact this year, I’m writing seven books! As of today (6/4/21), three are completely done, one is nearly done, one is started, and two are just deadlines.
The biggest book news I have is the recent two-book deal I signed with Penguin Random House’s Berkley imprint for the Emily Dickinson Mysteries. It is my first ever historical mystery series and is set in 1850s Amherst, Massachusetts with the beloved poet Emily Dickinson as sleuth and narrated by her fictional maid Willa Noble. Publication for book one is summer 2022, official date to be announced. That will be the only new series I have starting in the next year. All others are continuations of series. I hope you enjoy them all!
Upcoming Releases and Dates Through Spring 2022
Amish Candy Shop Holidays, Amish Candy Shop novellas (in paperback)– September 28, 2021
Marriage Can Be Mischief, Amish Matchmaker Mystery #3– November 30, 2021
Verse and Vengeance, Magical Bookshop Mystery #4 (in paperback)– December 7, 2021
Crimes and Covers, Magical Bookshop Mystery #5– January 11, 2022
Frozen Detective, Piper and Porter Mystery #2– January 11, 2022
Put Out To Pasture, Farm to Table Mystery #2– February 22, 2022
Peanut Butter Panic, Amish Candy Shop #7– Spring 2022
Later in 2022
Emily Dickinson Mystery #1– date TBA
Amish Matchmaker #4–date TBA
FEATURED BOOK OF THE WEEK
Although baby showers aren’t an Amish tradition, Bailey King wants to celebrate Emily Keim’s forthcoming bundle of joy. Everyone in Harvest, Ohio has gathered at the town gazebo—decked out in lemon-themed décor to add some of Emily’s favorite flavor to the festivities—including Juliet Brook, Jethro the Pig, and in a last-minute invite, Emily’s sister Esther Esh. But Esther isn’t the only surprise guest. A mysterious Amish woman confronts Emily claiming to know about her secret. Later that evening, the woman reappears—dead in Esh Family Pretzels, with a threatening letter written by Esther found on her body.
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Happy reading! ❤