What’s on the Horizon?

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Exploring the Sea

This week is beach week! (Yes, I know it’s only the beginning of March, but warm sunny days are just around the corner!)

Besides, I just got my edits back for the second book in the Undercover with a Dog series, and it takes place on a pretty ocean shore. So, I figured, as a way to get hyped up about the book, what if we took a whole week and focused on sand…and water.

And, since the beach is such an interesting setting, I decided to throw in some lessons about setting and why it’s important! Part of the joy of writing a book is making it take place in a setting unlike your own, and if done right, the setting can have a huge impact on the story itself!

So, be on a lookout for some handy articles about that this week as well as some cool prompt ideas and some ocean trivia! As for today, I’m going to give you a sneak peek about book 2, more affectionately known as Lost in the Waves.

This novella continues to follow Harper Quinn on another one her spy missions, and just like last time, she’s thrown into a sticky situation and of course, Flynn gets involved. But the more time Harper (who adopts a new alias in this book!) spends around Flynn, the more she wishes things could be different.

But they can’t.

For his sake and hers, they can never be more than enemies, so Harper has more than one mission during her short stay at the beach. While she battles her feelings towards Flynn, Harper is also on a mission to put behind bars a serial pick pocket, who’s recently been having their own kind of twisted fun at one of the beach’s local resorts.

Harper is determined that whoever it is will be stopped, but with one dead end after another, she soon realizes that there’s more to the case then she realized. And the more time she spends with Flynn, she recognizes the same is true about him.

Will Harper solve the crime? Will Flynn remain the villain to Harper, even after the ‘real’ villain is caught?

There’s only one way to find out…and that’s to read book two! It’ll be out this spring, and if you enjoyed the first book in this series, The Arsonist in the Neighborhood or think the synopsis for the book sounds cool, then you should definitely check it out!

That’s all for today…have a wonderful Monday (or whatever day it is for you!) and happy writing!


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One response to “What’s on the Horizon?”

  1. Anthony Avatar

    looking forward to reading it 😀

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