A Hundred Weddings, and a Few Missteps

—From Cathy

First, I’m thrilled to announce that my book, A Hundred Weddings, will be released December 1, 2016!

a-hundred-weddings-final-coverCue the band. Let the angels sing.

Second, what a trip this has been.

This book had been set for release September 21 and was already set for pre-order on Amazon. Then, on September 8, my publisher suddenly closed doors.

Cue shock, devastation, panic, and finally a mad scramble to find a new publisher.

Now, after a whole bunch of cover designs and redesigns, one professional edit, numerous thorough proofings, and a big group of beta readers, it’s finally happening.  I’m pleased to say I’ve signed on with Possibilities Publishing, a company right here in my own backyard, and welcome the chance to move forward with them.

I even get to keep the first (and so far only) event I had scheduled:

I’ll be reading at George Mason University’s Fall for the Book festival this Friday, September 30, at 2 p.m. If you’re in the area, please stop by the Sandy Spring Bank tent, just outside the Johnson Center. Hoping the weather holds!

I’ll likely have a launch here in Northern Virginia sometime in December. Please stay tuned!

And if you get a chance, please “like” my author Facebook page. You can also follow me on Twitter, @CathyCruise1, and check out my Goodreads page.

Thanks for making this journey with me. Write well, everyone!

 

 

 

 

5 thoughts on “A Hundred Weddings, and a Few Missteps”

  1. Can’t gush enough about how proud I am of Cathy. She not only wrote the novel (a feat in itself) and found a publisher (near miracle every time it happens,) but she also survived a very unsettling publisher switch at the very end. Rock on, Cath!

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