SkipJack Announces Launch of 2nd Book in Katie & Annalise Series

Leaving Annalise and What kind of Loser? released
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Pamela released Leaving Annalise on July 1, 2013. Leaving Annalise is the second volume in the (award-winning, bestselling, romantic, ghostly, hilarious, and smart) mystery/thriller series, Katie & Annalise, and the follow-up to Saving Grace. Watch for Missing Harmony, the third and final book in the series, in February 2014.

One unexpected and hotly fought-over little boy, two dead bodies, and a series of home vandalisms throw Texas attorney turned island chanteuse Katie Connell into a tizzy. Juggling all of this, Bloody Mary cravings, baggage, and the bad guys too, she waffles between the jumbie house that brought her back from the brink and the man she believes is the love of her life.

What People Are Saying About Leaving Annalise, Saving Grace, and the Katie & Annalise mystery series:

“Could not put [Leaving Annalise] down and did not want it to end!” Rebecca Weiss, attorney and reader

“As much as I loved Saving Grace, I love Leaving Annalise even more.” Rhonda Erb, editor

“A lively romantic mystery that will likely leave readers eagerly awaiting a sequel.” Kirkus Reviews

“…an exciting tale that combines twisting investigative and legal subplots with a character seeking redemption…an exhilarating mystery with a touch of voodoo.” Midwest Book Review MBR Bookwatch

“A riveting drama with plenty of twists and turns for an exciting read, highly recommended.” Small Press Bookwatch

“Katie is the first character I have absolutely fallen in love with since Stephanie Plum!” Stephanie Hayes Swindell, bookstore owner

60-City RV Tour

So what do you get when you stick a Type A slightly OCD author in an RV with a one-eyed Boston Terrier and a revolving set of her (young) adult offspring and husband as her driver-companions and propel them across the US to 60 cities on a book tour? See for yourself in a bookstore near you — no purchase required. In fact, if you bring a print copy of this newsletter (even one forwarded to you by a friend) to one of her 60+ Summer 2013 events, you’ll get a free signed book, on the spot.

Pamela has covered 4500 miles and 20 events while cycling through two of her kids already as she tours in support of Saving Grace and Leaving Annalise. Pamela toured in Texas this Spring and embarked on her 60-city nationwide tour June 10th. She will be on the road through August 16th.

What kind of loser indie publishes and how can I be one too?

Pamela releases her next nonfiction book on August 15, 2013: What kind of loser indie publishes and how can I be one too? The soup-to-nuts guide covers indie publishing, from strategy and business plan through production, marketing, and promotion. Catch her workshop on the same topic in Houston on August 24th — register at the Houston Writers Guild.

Audiobooks Join Ebook and Print for Pamela’s Titles

All of Pamela’s titles are in audiobook production. Watch for their releases on Amazon, Audible and iTunes over the next few months. First up: How to Screw Up Your Kids, How to Screw Up Your Marriage, and Puppalicious and Beyond.

Looking for a Speaker?

Pamela speaks frequently on topics for book clubs and writers groups, and she also talks to special needs parents, stepparents, and female athletes. Heck, she just booked a gig talking to medical examiners, so really, Pamela speaks to just about all humans. Her topics range from the popular “Colonel Mustard in the Conference Room with His Pants Down: Where Workplace Investigations Meet Criminal Law” to Q&A’s on her books to “Everyone Blames the Mother: Special Needs Parenting” to “What Kind of Loser Indie Publishes, and How Can I Be One Too?” For more information and sample topics, visit her Speaking page. Catch her in your town when she’s on her summer 2013 book tour, or book her via Skype anytime.

2 thoughts on “SkipJack Announces Launch of 2nd Book in Katie & Annalise Series

  1. Eric

    It is an exciting time and I am proud to be a part of it. It is amazing what has happened in the last year with your writing and I could not be happier for you. You work so incredibly hard at this, and the pay off is when strangers come up to you in stores in places like Syracuse New York and say ” I LOVED your book, you are amazing” how incredibly cool is that?
    Go Pamela. Go

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