Sara’s Hiatus: Mini Blog Tour and Other Things

Hey, all! I have been out of touch for a bit. Sorry about that. It seems life has really taken me by storm these last few weeks. So, what exactly has been going on, you ask? Well, let me tell you…

Mini Blog Tour for Hope in Cripple Creek

At the end of January and into February, I was on a mini blog tour for Hope in Cripple Creek. In case you missed it, you can check out the links below. Read more about the novel, get some tips on self-editing and becoming a writer from a newbie’s perspective, and find out who I think would win in a superhero battle (and read my answers to other random questions).

http://www.hannahrconway.com/search

http://ellemarlow.blogspot.com/2017/01/today-on-elite-blog-author-sarah.html

http://www.smfordbooks.com/best-words/so-you-want-to-be-an-author

Guest Fox Sara R. Turnquist

http://www.krystenlindsay.com/blog/sara-r-turnquists-hope-in-cripple-creek

 https://authordanaprovo.wordpress.com/2017/02/03/author-interview-sara-r-turnquist/

http://relaxingwithsixpack.blogspot.com/2017/02/twenty-questions-with-sara-turnquist.html

New Cover Design

A couple of my works in progress got new names. And one got its cover!! The sequel to The Lady Bornekova is now titled The Lady and the Hussites. It is in the final self-editing stages and will be submitted to my publisher this month (hopefully this week)!

My most recently completed work, Second Chances, was renamed. Mostly because I decided that this name was too general, not unique enough. The new title is A Convenient Risk. I also added a page to the website for this book (on the left sidebar with my other titles). This novel should make an appearance in the world in the coming months. The cover will be revealed in the coming weeks!

New Opportunities

I have also been booked to teach at the Kentucky Christian Writers Conference this coming summer. And I couldn’t be more excited! I have attended this conference for the last two years and have fallen in love with the people who run it and its mission. It is quite an honor to be asked onto the faculty this year.

And, of course, being sick…

What would “winter” (since it’s 70 degrees in February…can we really call it that?) be without a viral infection? I got the “flu-like” virus everyone has been talking about. It is no joke. I was just relieved that none of my kids got it. But I had my oils (RC and THIEVES diffusing constantly) and some traditional over-the-counter meds for symptoms (why yes, I do have a foot in both worlds).

So, how’ve you been?

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