Coming soon: Tuesdays with Jay No. 27: More to Love

by | Jan 2, 2019 | Neighborly Affection series | 7 comments

Beautiful surroundings can quiet the mind while the words flow free.

A new year is often heralded as a time for new beginnings, but for me, 2019 is a year for revisiting old friends. Henry, Alice, and Jay still have stories to tell, and I want to be able to share those stories with all of you. For now, that means more Tuesdays with Jay companion pieces, but bigger things are in the works.

The January installment of Tuesdays with Jay is No. 27: More to Love. And because I can’t seem to control Jay (that’s Henry and Alice’s job!), More to Love is a triple-length tale.

More to Love is set the Tuesday after the big snowstorm in Chapter 4 of Crossing the Lines (Neighborly Affection #2). Jay is riding high after the trio’s wonderful snowbound days, and he and Alice get cozy at lunch. The story will arrive in newsletter subscribers’ inboxes on Tuesday, Jan. 15.

To enjoy all of the Tuesdays with Jay companion stories in the series, make sure you’re signed up for the quarterly newsletter. Jay will see you again in April, with a double-length adventure starring him and Henry.

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Also available at your library

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