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March is The Ides of March, Women’s History Month, Pi Day and St. Patrick’s Day and the first day of spring.

 

Saint Patrick's Day, or the Feast of Saint Patrick, is a cultural and religious celebration held on 17 March, the traditional death date of Saint Patrick, the foremost patron saint of Ireland.

 

The Ides of March was a day in the Roman calendar that corresponds to 15 March. It was marked by several religious observances and was notable for the Romans as a deadline for settling debts.

 

 

 

March is Women's History Month – commemorating and encouraging the study, observance and celebration of the vital role of women in American history.

 

 

 

Pi Day celebrates mathematics on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter

It feels like we’re racing through 2020. And I’m still working on my first goal of 2020 – Finish the Damn Book. I am writing and editing and within a few pages of writing The End. It will be sent to my editor on March 3rd. And my goal will be met. Whew! Finally. It was supposed to be finished last September/October. I’ve never had this much of a challenge finishing a book. Like I said previously, I’m beginning to wonder if this book is meant to be written. And yet I love the book, it’s characters and its premise. I hope you will, too.

 

The next task will be to edit the book when I get it back and send it off for formatting. I’m hoping that part goes quickly. Once I get time frames from everyone, I’ll put the book up for pre-order. Once it’s gone for editing, I want to get back to working on The Foundation – Lydia’s Story. The pressure’s not on as much for that one. I have a couple of months to work on it. We’ll also be packing and heading back home this month. Hoping the winter weather is gone by then.

 

We also adopted a rescue dog in late February. He’s a nine-year old, very obese Bichon cross who has been on the streets for awhile. His fur was totally matted so he had to be shaved. So, we’re working on some of his health issues, putting him on a diet and getting him adapted to our life – or maybe us to his. He has the sweetest personality.

I’ve cut back on promotion again this month because I want to finish Death Southern Style and start promoting it. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.

I’m on the March Countdown on The Red Carpet at https://www.redcarpetfiction.com/

 

March 22 - Group Blog – start at https://beverleybateman.blogspot.com/and this month  the topic is ‘What draws you into a story?’

 

Check out my blog and meet some great authors with their new books and other information at  https://beverleybateman.blogspot.com/ and I’d love to have you post your comments and thoughts.

 

And my newsletter will be out this month. Check it out. This month I have Stacy Juba, of Shortcuts for Writers who is releasing an online course March 6 that she expects to save writers time and money on the editing process,  as my guest.

 

 

 

 

February is Super Bowl, Valentine’s Day and Heart Health Month

And we’ve already shot through January and Ground Hog Day. Depending which ground hog, you believe neither Punxsutawney Phil nor Wiarton Willie saw their shadows so it’s an early spring. However, Shubenacadie Sam did see his shadow so it’s six more weeks of winter. Make your own decision.

I’m still working on my first goal of 2020 – Finish the Damn Book. Yes, I have been writing but not enough. I’ve written, edited and rewritten and I’m still about five thousand words from finishing. I’m beginning to wonder if this book is meant to be written.

 

January was a bit of a challenge. I lost my beloved Sachi. My writing chapter suddenly turned upside down and the whole board resigned, and it devolved into a total disaster, so after more than twenty years I resigned. I don’t do that kind of stress anymore.

 

I’m hoping this means that February I will concentrate on my writing, get the book off for editing and maybe, just maybe, off for formatting. (fingers crossed) Once it’s gone for editing, I want to get back to working on The Foundation – Lydia’s Story. The pressure’s not on as much for that one. I have a couple of months to work on it.

 

Once again, I’m not doing a lot of promotion this month. I want to finish and publish Death Southern Style and start promoting it. So hopefully next month.

I’m on the Valentine’s Day Countdown on The Red Carpet at https://www.redcarpetfiction.com/ 

 

February 22 - Group Blog – start at https://beverleybateman.blogspot.com/and this month  the topic is an extension of January’s topic.  Current trends (those that your like and those that infuriate you) that might end up in a story. How should fiction set in today’s times treat politics?

 

February 22 – I’m a guest on Viviana MacKade’s blog at https://viviana-mackade.blog/ 

 

Check out my blog and meet some great authors with their new books and other information at  https://beverleybateman.blogspot.com/ and I’d love to have you post your comments and thoughts.

 

Don’t forget it’s Heart Month. So, check it out and do something healthy for your heart.

 

 

Fall has officially arrived – leaf scuffling time. I don’t know where you live but we have below freezing temperatures at night and we had snow flurries yesterday and today. So far it’s not sticking. Thank heavens! I head south to avoid cold weather, but we don’t leave for another four weeks. 

In the meantime, I’ve edited The Fourth Victim and I’m getting it formatted. I have my cover artist working on the cover. I’m hoping to have it by the end of this coming week. Watch for a new cover post. My goal is to have The Fourth Victim released by October 26thI’m hoping to promo it after I get the cover and then guest blogs in November. 

For October I’m promoting By Design and Don’t Go at https://view.joomag.com/marketing-for-romance-writers-magazine-jan-2018-volume-1-issue-1-10-18-mfrw-mag/ . I’m looking at changing the cover on Don’t Go. 

I’m starting to work on my newsletter. I started with MailChimp, but I found it confusing. I’ll see how the next attempt goes. I’m hoping to eventually send out one every three months. 

On a personal side, I’m preparing to head south in about four weeks. We got the roof, deck, and carport repaired – so everything is now waterproof. When we get back they’re replacing some of the floors that were damaged, the ceilings and the electrical. It will be nice to have it all done. 

Also, I’m Canadian so we have Thanksgiving October 8th, turkey, ham, and all the trimmings. Then when we go south I get to do it all over again. It’s great for the waistline. I do my Christmas cards before we go. I’m also working on the next book in my Hawkins’ Ranch series, Gabe’s story and hoping to finish off Death Southern Style. We’ll see how that goes this month. I’ll keep you updated. 

 

Happy Thanksgiving to all the Canadians! 

The Fourth Victim, Sara’s story is finished, edited and formatted.
And I have the cover! I love it.

Check it out.

The Fourth Victim by Beverley Bateman

Release Date November 1st. It is available for pre-order.

Stay tuned, additional buy links coming soon. 

 

Sara’s emotionally abusive husband dies unexpectedly. She’s struggling to reclaim the intelligent, independent person she was before she married.  She vows never to let a man take over her life again. Now she’s part of a special team, training to help other women.  

 

Mac is responsible for training women in special ops techniques, so they are prepared when they are challenged to save other women. When he meets Sara, sparks fly between them. He wants her to quit the training and let him take care of her. 

 

Sara graduates and now she and her team have to save Sara’s daughter from a serial killer. Can Mac step back and trust her in a dangerous situation? Can Sara and Mac resolve their issues, or will they go in opposite directions? 

Dairy-free-Eggnog | Beverley Bateman | Christmas

Ho, ho, ho it’s the Christmas Season. We’re settled in Tucson and the weather is normal for the area. We’re sunny and getting a little cooler. They’re still putting our place back together – slowly – very slowly. I’m putting up the lights. I found a light-up 22” panda which I love. And I’ve started playing Christmas music.

 

NaNo was a bust this year. With everything else going on I didn’t get much done on Escape, the fourth book n the Hawkins’ Ranch series. Here’s a blurb for it.

 

Amy has suffered abuse for years. Finally, she decided it was escape or die. Now she’s running for her life and she doesn’t trust any man.

 

Gabe Hawkins, the oldest brother in the Hawkins family, has never found the right woman. His brothers are all happily married and he’s the only who is still single. Riding around the ranch he finds a skinny, terrified, poorly dressed woman in her late twenties. He’s not attracted to her, but he wants to protect her. That turns out to be harder than he thought. Even with the help of his family, can he keep her alive?

Can Amy ever learn to trust a man? Her life may depend on it.

 

And, The Fourth Victim Sara’s Story, is now available in paperback. Here’s the buy link https://www.amazon.com/dp/0991874897 You can also check it out and get the buy link on the Works by Beverley – Suspense page.

 

The Newsletter I’ve been talking about for so long is finally ready to be sent out. I hope you’re on my list but if not, please sign up. Click on More – then click on contact and sign up there. I’ll only be sending it out every three or four months and I’m hoping to have something of interest for everybody.

Also, please follow my blogs, guests and group blogs on my blog page.

 

 

Dairy-free-Eggnog | Beverley Bateman | Christmas I’m putting a recipe in my newsletter, but I thought I’d share one for a Non- Dairy Eggnog here.
Dairy-Free Eggnog (Serves 4 to 6)
2 1/4 cups unsweetened almond milk
1 14-ounce can full-fat coconut milk
1/2 cup bourbon, or dark rum (optional)
1/3 cup agave syrup, or honey
4 large egg yolks
1 teaspoon vanilla extract (or vanilla liquor)
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Freshly grated nutmeg, for serving

Place all the ingredients in a blender and blend on high speed until very light and frothy, 1-2 minutes. Refrigerate until the eggnog is thoroughly chilled. Blend again briefly, then serve and top with freshly grated nutmeg. Enjoy!

 

Have a wonderful Holiday Season and a Happy and Healthy New Year!

The Fourth Victim by Beverley Bateman

 

Happy New Year! It’s hard to believe we’re into a new year. Where did 2018 go? 

Happy New Year - Beverley Bateman Christmas decorations are down and put away for another year. I don’t make resolutions, but I do make goals. I do personal goals and I do writing goals. I’ve been working on them on my blog. You check them out there. We’ll see how well I do in 2019. Please follow my blogs, guests and group blogs on my blog page. I have some great authors and their new books coming up this month. 
Thank you to everyone who checked out my first newsletter. That was a goal I reached in 2018. I’m planning another one for March.  If you haven’t signed up for it click on More – then click on contact and sign up there. I also did an Amazon ad in 2018. Not sure how that worked out, but it was another of my goals for 2018. 

 

One thing I’ve never done is giveaway books. Originally it was because I’m not that techie and couldn’t figure out how to do it. Then I wasn’t doing a lot of promotion, so I just didn’t bother. But one of my goals for 2019 is to do more promotion and giveaway a few books. 

 

 

 

One of my personal goals is to eat healthier. In 2018 I started to cut back on meat, especially red meat and eat more fruit. I’ve always eaten lots of veges but fruit - not so much. After a little research I decided to follow the Mediterranean Diet.  If you’re interested, or want to eat healthier this year, the top three diets for healthy eating and lowering blood pressure are the Mediterranean Diet, The DASH Diet and the Flexitarean Diet (That just means you eat both vegetables and meat) 

The Fourth Victim by Beverley Bateman

 

And, The Fourth Victim Sara’s Story, is now available in paperback.

Here’s the buy link https://www.amazon.com/dp/0991874897

You can also check it out and get the buy link on the Works by Beverley – Suspense page

 

Wishing you a Happy and Healthy New Year and success in whatever your goals may be!

Happy Success - Beverley Bateman

Can you believe we’re into February already? January whizzed by. How are you doing with your goals?

 

 

And it’s Heart Health month. As writer’s, we need to be aware of taking care of our body and our heart, because we spend a lot of time sitting – and eating chocolate. So review your diet and your exercise program, even just a short walk a day helps.

I am working on eating healthier and found some great vegetarian recipes, ratatouille, lentil stew and od others that I really enjoy, so I’m on track there.  And I’ve been blogging on the New Canada Food Guidelines, best diets, along with some vegetarian recipes and I’ll be doing the superfoods of 2019 on my blog. Check it out. I’ve also had some awesome authors and their new books as guests.

I’m working on my March newsletter. I’m hoping to add a guest author and maybe a giveaway. That’s one of my goals for this year. We’ll see if I make it in March. If you haven’t signed up to get it, please go to More on this site and click on it.

Check out my cover in the slide show at http://www.romancebooks4us.com/

 

And enter the contest at https://www.booksandmore.club/ where My Fourth Victim and buy link is shown. Or check out the Raffle copter on https://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/e226730a31/?fbclid=IwAR1zIFKjeX_X_7_jS_BlzXllfstkIvfIZxgiulEL658hnvMfDxTsdJc2KN4

For February I’m hoping to get a few more words on the page for my WIP, Gabe’s story.

The Fourth Victim by Beverley Bateman

 

And if you don’t check it out anywhere else, here’s my latest:

The Fourth Victim Sara’s Story, is now available in paperback.

Here’s the buy link https://www.amazon.com/dp/0991874897

You can also check it out and get the buy link on the Works by Beverley – Suspense page.

Have a wonderful month, read lots of good books and Happy Valentine’s Day!

We’re over a quarter of the way through 2019 already. I hope you’re working your way through your goals for the year.

April is a busy month. It’s Cancer Awareness month, plus Easter is this month.

 

I’m running behind, but that tends to be my usual pace.  We just got back from snow birding, to much colder weather than I left. Now I’m unpacking and trying to remember where everything goes, plus all the appointments and other things that need to be done.  I’m judging the Daphne contest and I need to plan Easter dinner. But I’m hoping I’ll now get back into a routine. There’s not all the activities and crafts, etc. that are available where we stay down south.  I should be able to focus and get lots of writing done.

I’m hoping to have another installment from my new book available to post here next month, but this month I thought I’d share an Easter Recipe.

 

Scalloped Potatoes  6 servings

Ingredients

2 tablespoons butter

3 tablespoons all-purpose flour

1 teaspoon salt

1/4 teaspoon pepper

1-1/2 cups whole milk  (or cream if you want to be decadent)

2 cups shredded cheddar cheese

1/2 cup Parmesan cheese

2 pounds red potatoes, peeled and thinly sliced (about 4 cups)

 

Directions

Preheat oven to 350°. In a small saucepan, melt butter; stir in flour, salt and pepper until smooth. Gradually whisk in milk (or cream). Bring to a boil, stirring constantly; cook and stir until thickened, about 2 minutes. Remove from heat; stir in cheddar cheese until melted.

Coat an 8-in. square baking dish with cooking spray. Place half of the potatoes in dish; layer with half of the cheese sauce. Repeat layers. Top with parmesan cheese.

 

Bake, covered, 50 minutes. Uncover; bake until bubbly and potatoes are tender, 10-15 minutes longer.

This month I’m doing: 

 

Spring Break Bookapal

ooza at https://www.nnlightsbookheaven.com/spring-break-bookapalooza

The Foundation Sara’s Story will be featured on  April 22nd

 

Rafflecopter at http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/e226730a33/?

 

I’m doing a promo, from April 8 – April 30, on Red Carpet Fiction at

https://www.redcarpetfiction.com/bookbub-april2019

 

And don’t forget to check out my blog and some great authors with their new books and other information.

Targeted by Beverley Bateman

 

Wow! April showers bring May flowers. We’re into May – and we just had snow. I don’t know how the weather is around where you live.  Hopefully those spring flowers pop up soon. 

 

And where am I in my writing? I am getting back into writing mode. I signed up to attend the Romance Writers of America Conference in New York. That should be a good experience and hopefully there are lots of good workshops.  I’m busy reading my Daphne contest books – almost finished and there have been some great entries. 

 

I’m writing but I’m sort of working on two books at the same time. I don’t usually do this but I’d like to get both books finished by the end of summer. I’m working on book two of The Foundation series and the stand alone, Death Southern Style. 

 

 


 

Here’s a short excerpt from the second book of The Foundation series, Liability Wife Lydia’s story.  Hopefully you’ve read Book one of The Foundation series, The Fourth Victim Sara’s Story. If not and you’d like to check it out,  there are a couple of links below – and you can also win Amazon gift cards. 

 

If you have read The Fourth Victim Sara’s Story, remember Lydia? Lydia is another member of the team. She’s the wealthy Florida socialite married to a doctor. It’s her money but he wants it and if they divorce he gets nothing. So he’s hired a hit man.  Here’s a short excerpt. 

Lydia hesitated at the door of her Florida home. It had been almost five months since she’d been back. She’d had the locks changed so her wonderful, cheating husband couldn’t get in. Still...

 

                She knew he’d hired a hit man but she hoped she had slipped back into town unnoticed and if she was quick, she could get in, do a quick check and remove some of her stuff before her husband or the hit man knew she was back in town.  She had a flight back to New York tonight.

 

Her first stop had been to her lawyers to sign the changes to her will.

 

                Now she glanced over her shoulder.  The street looked empty. She turned the key and the locked clicked. Lydia slipped quickly inside and locked the door. The place had the musty scent of being closed up for a few months. No one, including Paul, had been back inside. He was staying at the Men’s club. She’d checked out his location and itinerary before she’d come back to Florida.

 

                The house gave off unwelcoming, almost threatening vibes. She felt a little vulnerable without her team. A smile touched her lips briefly. She’d never expected to become a special operative with a strong supportive team. If they were here they’d have her back. They were back in New York, but would always be there for her if Paul continued to try and have her killed.       

 

                She hurried to her office, opened a couple of drawers, grabbed a diary and some computer disks. Lydia dropped them into the backpack she’d brought with her and hastened up the stairs to her bedroom. In the closet she removed a few favorite outfits. At the back of the closet she opened the secret compartment where she kept her good jewelry, dumped everything into the backpack, shivered, and ran down the stairs. Something felt off.

 

She wanted out of the house. She darted down the hall to the back door.  A click from the front door caught her attention. Lydia’s stomach clenched. Someone knew she was here. They were trying to break into the house.

 

                Lydia paused one second and focused her mind on the front door. She could see the lock. Using her power of telekinesis she visualized the pick being pushed into the lock, slid it out of the lock and dropped it in the plant beside the door.

 

                She heard someone swear.

 

 


 

Targeted by Beverley Bateman

U.S. Cover

 

This month I have the cover of my book, Targeted and the buy link on display at http://www.romancebooks4us.com/ 

   

And check out The Fourth Victim Sara’s Story on Rafflecopter, https://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/e226730a34/?fbclid=IwAR282GC1fT_LEgRv3y9trVo40_UhQzqre8-o3fk1uFvMOF8wp1Ajg4V8hU0  

You could win a $50 Amazon gift card.

   

Also check out The Red Carpet for The Fourth Victim Sara’s Story at https://www.redcarpetfiction.com/amazon-may2019

to win 2 Amazon gift cards.


 

This month is Victoria Day in Canada, Monday, May 20th.  It’s a statutory holiday, celebrated on the Monday preceding May 25th, to celebrate Queen Victoria’s birthday. And it’s Memorial Day in the United States, the last Monday in May. It commemorates all men and women who have dies in military service for the US.

 

 

And don’t forget to check out my blog and some great authors with their new books and other information.

Have a great Holiday Weekend – whichever holiday you celebrate!

Targeted by Beverley Bateman

Can you believe we’re almost half way through this year? Where are you in all the goals you set? Or did you set any? Me? I’m not doing as well as I had hoped. You know, that darn life thing keeps interfering. I have done my June’s newsletter and it should be out by now and I’m giving away a copy of Hunted. If you’re not receiving my newsletter and would like to, go to and sign up. 

 

I’m busy doing my blog with lots of great authors and some interesting topics. Click on my blog and check out my blog site. 

 

I finished reading my Daphne books and found a couple of great reads. I’m not sure I should make any recommendations but Loreth Anne White has new book out “The Girl in the Moss’ which is terrific. 

 

I am finally getting more organized. I got my garden in (not writing orientated) and I’m busy trying to eat healthy. I’ve decided I’m a flexitarian, eating less red meat and more vegetarian and having fun trying out new recipes. And I’m catching up on all those writing extras. I’m also getting back into writing mode, which I said last month.


 

I’m still working on two books at the same time, The Foundation series and the stand alone, Death Southern Style. And I keep thinking about Gabe’s Story – an abused woman who finally escapes her husband. 

 

Here’s another short excerpt from the second book of The Foundation series, Liability Wife Lydia’s story.  Hopefully you’ve read Book one of The Foundation series, The Fourth Victim Sara’s Story. If not and you’d like to check it out, there are a couple of links below – and you can also win Amazon gift cards. 

 

If you have read The Fourth Victim Sara’s Story, remember Lydia? Lydia is another member of the team. She’s the wealthy Florida socialite married to a doctor. It’s her money but he wants it and if they divorce he gets nothing. So he’s hired a hit man.  She’s still part of her team and they’re off to South American to save a woman. Here’s a short excerpt (draft).  



Hidden in the shadows they watched the guards change. The heavy under growth prevented any sun shining through but keep the humidity locked in, giving the air a sauna-like feel.  
 
"Ready?" Lydia whispered.  
 
Sara nodded, moving toward the path. She got the assignment because she spoke fluent Spanish. With her dyed black and make up darkening her skin she looked Peruvian. Mac had helped her dye her hair and use the skin darkener. He really had come a long way. With a quick glance at her team she pulled a scarf over her head and sauntered towards the prison gate.  
 
Maggie moved with her, sliding into the undergrowth near the guard.  
 
The guard stopped her,  
 
"I'm working in the kitchen today. Maria is sick."  
 
He nodded and waved another guard to escort her.  
 
"Scuse." Sara bumped into him as she passed, pocketing his gate key. She dropped into Maggie's hand as she proceeded into the prison.  
 
In the kitchen Sara removed her scarf and pulled on an apron. The head cook shouted at her in Spanish to make the soup.  
 
Sara swallowed a smile. The soup was perfect. As she added bouillon and water she pulled out a slim container from her pocket and dumped a large portion of the powder into the cauldron. Continuing to stir, she hummed a melody from her childhood. This had been easier than they expected, but would the rest of the plan work as smoothly?  
 
When she finished the soup Sara checked the coffee, adding more water and a generous dump of powder.  
 
A few hours later, after finishing the menu for dinner Sara left the prison. Maggie returned the key to her form a hidden post in a bush near the gate.  
 
Sara smiled at the guard, running her fingers up his chest s she returned his key. Then, smiling, she swaggered down the trail, hips undulating, as she headed toward town. Rounding the corner she slipped off the trail into the darkness of the jungle where her team waited.  
 
"They should sleep well." Sara grinned as they crept through the underbrush to the temporary camp they had set up.  
 
Several hours later, in the pitch black of night, the four women made their way back to the prison gate. Dressed in fatigues and black face the women waited outside the prison gate for the change of guards.  
 
Lydia nodded and they crept forward to the gate. Inside a guard slumped to one side, leaning against the pillar, snoring loudly.  
 
Maggie pulled out the key and opened the gate, just enough for the women to slip inside.  
 
Once in the courtyard Maggie grabbed the guard's keys. Sara led the way through the prison, at a fork she turned away from the kitchen and toward the cells. As they searched for Dr. Miguay a few inmates woke, shouting to be released. Most slept soundly.  
 
Dr. Miguay had a cell to herself near the end. Opening the cell door, Sara found the woman sleeping soundly. "Damn, she must have eaten the soup. Quick, Maggie, the antidote."  
 
Maggie dug into her pack and handed saran a syringe. Sara shot it into the doctor's upper arm and waited.  
 
She remained asleep on her cot for several more minutes. Finally her eyes flickered open. She stared up at the four women.  
 
Speaking in Spanish Sara said, "We're here to rescue you. We're Americans. We're taking you to the United States."  
 
Dr. Miguay tried to sit.  
 
Sara helped her reach a sitting position and swing her legs over the edge of the cot and stood up slowly, stilling staring at Sara. Sara grabbed the woman's hand and pulled her forward, slinging her over her shoulder.  
 
Outside the cell Sara dropped the doctor to the floor. Maggie took the doctor's other hand and  
 
The doctor nodded as they plunged through the dense underbrush, Diane hacking away at roots between them they pulled her down the corridor between the cells toward the front gate.  
 
"This way," Sara said in Spanish as they charged into the underbrush. "We have about an hour until we get to our plane."  
 
The doctor nodded. "I speak English. Why are you doing this?"  
 
"We don't like to see women abused." Diane gave a curt laugh. "You do good work."  
   


 

Targeted by Beverley Bateman

U.S. Cover

This month I have  the Book of the Month spot. Check it out at http://www.romancebooks4us.com/

 

And check out The Fourth Victim Sara’s Story on Rafflecopter, https://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/e226730a35/?fbclid=IwAR2rRqtBu16os8TM80X6q4ejESjVt088dbAUFypAKmVW9zOV26Lst13TaWQ  You could win a $50 Amazon gift card. 

 

Also check out The Red Carpet for The Fourth Victim Sara’s Story at https://www.redcarpetfiction.com/bookbub-june2019 to win 2 Amazon gift cards 

 

June 12th I’m at Mary Schmidt’s mary.mmschmidt@gmail.com 

 

June 14th – It’s the 500th Anniversary at I Love Romance Blog   http://iloveromanceblog.wordpress.com/  And I’ll be there. 

 

June 22 – It’s group blog on my blog site https://beverleybateman.blogspot.com/ - And we’re discussing “Has an event in your life, or that of someone you know, or one covered in the news, ever worked its way into one of your stories?” 

 

And my June newsletter is out. You can check it under More on this site https://beverleybateman.us18.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=59d3bc1ca47b46363bacc673f&id=d54f2401ab 

 

Don’t forget to check out my blog and some great authors with their new books and other information at https://beverleybateman.blogspot.com/


 

Have a great summer.