For all of you who are waiting for the third book, never fear. It should be done and out in April. We are in the process of setting up signings and programs in the upcoming months so hopefully you can catch us someplace near you.
For those of you who just can't wait to see where the carnival goes next, here's a little sneak peak...
She was cold. Pulling the covers up over her shoulders, Sarah shivered. Her husband, Frank, still half asleep, automatically reached over to pull her closer. Sarah snuggled into him and sighed.
Moments later, she opened her eyes. What was that noise? Pushing herself up on one arm, her eyes moved around the tent. Some light was coming through the tent flap, and Sarah ascertained it was almost dawn.
A breeze which seemed to come from nowhere picked up and floated all around her, making her shiver. Frank grunted, and pulling the covers up over his shoulders, rolled over.
Sarah swung her legs off the bed and shoved her feet into her slippers. She began to stand up but froze as the sound came again. Whatever it was, it was outside the tent.
Glancing over at Frank she leaned over to wake him, but then thought better of it. He was up late the night before fixing their tent which had somehow gotten a hole in it. It was after midnight by the time he had patched it up to his standards. The man never did anything halfway.
Sarah got up and walked over to her robe. It was sapphire blue and was her favorite thing in her wardrobe. No matter where they ended up, that robe was always laying over the chair in their tent. It gave her a sense of normalcy in a world where there was little.
Slipping it on now, she tied it around her waist and then headed for the tent flap. Pulling it open, she could hear music. Not being able to make out the tune, she stopped to think about it a moment. The song was familiar to her somehow and it drove her crazy that she couldn’t place it. She hummed along for a moment and then shook her head.
Taking a step out of the tent, she looked around. It was dark, but she could see shapes and shadows around her. Although nothing looked familiar, she’d had the nagging feeling she’d been there before....