Happily Ever After at USA Today is offering a non-spoilery snippet of Diamond Fire. Have fun!
To answer some of the questions: Diamond Fire is a bridge novella. It is roughly 30,000 words long, so about a third of a typical book. It features two viewpoints. We start with Nevada, but move on to Catalina, who is solving a mystery during the wedding. At the time of the wedding Catalina is
Putting final touches on Diamond Fire novella. Yay! We will be done today. The draft is finished, we are just cleaning it before sending it off. Here is some Leon for you. # Valentina’s House Catering was in New Braunfels, a very German town in the middle of Texas. We had interviewed larger catering firms
“What is it?” I asked. “She wants lilacs in her wedding bouquet.” “Okay…” Nevada said she wanted carnations, but we could stuff some pretty pink lilacs in there. I didn’t see the problem. “Blue,” Arabella squeezed out. “She wants blue lilacs.” No and also no. “Nevada…” “I had to hide in a bush of French