#ComingSoon – #NewRelease – #CoverReveal – The Emissary 3: Love Hurts

It’s been a long journey for this little novella, but at last, the end is nigh! I hope to complete the publishing process within the next week, and will let you know as soon as this one is available for download. In the meantime, to whet your appetites, here’s a little goodie for you. A cover reveal/teaser graphic all in one. Enjoy! 

51 thoughts on “#ComingSoon – #NewRelease – #CoverReveal – The Emissary 3: Love Hurts

    • Thanks, Craig! I am so looking forward to getting it out there. Hope readers who enjoyed the first two haven’t forgotten all about these guys. 😯 And hope they’ll enjoy finishing the journey with them in this one. 🙂

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  1. Woo hoo! I am so excited about this, Marcia. The cover is awesome! I positively love this series and the characters. I can’t wait to see what you have in store for them in The Emissary 3. Huge congrats and a plethora of Snoopy dances, my friend! 🙂 ❤

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    • Thanks so much, Mae! I’m so happy you’ve enjoyed it, and hope you’ll enjoy this one, too. As usual with these tales, some laughs, some tears, and presiding over all, that angel with those honkin’ big white wings, as Dodger would say. 😀 I’m looking forward to seeing what you think when you’ve had a chance to read it. But I hereby give you my permission to read at least another Dresden Files book before checking it out. Still eager to get your thoughts on those last few. 😀

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    • Thanks, Joan. I’m super happy with the cover, myself. 😀 All thanks to my very good friend who happens to be an excellent graphic designer and artist. So many people have asked me about my covers, I’m thinking to do a post/interview with her soon. 🙂

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  2. Oooh. I saw this post come up and jumped on it. I’m so looking forward to this read, Marcia. These characters have definitely grown on me. Now I have to decide whether to read this first or continue with Wake-Robin Ridge. Lol. A good problem to have. Congrats!

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    • Well, just in case you get a chance to make a choice soon, I’d go with continuing the next WRR book. 😀 I’m still nit-picking with a few more details on TE3. But either way, I’m glad you jumped on it. Hopefully I’ll have this third novella done very soon, but there are some major interruptions coming up
      over the next two days, with a HUGE tree removal job that must be done in our backyard before another storm threatens us. I’m doing the best I can to get this one published SOON, though. 🙂 Thanks for letting me know you’re interested in it! 🙂

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        • It is a 40+ year old laurel oak, which is way older than the typical life span of these trees. It’s in a Tree Nursing Home. On Life Support. Fading Fast. 😯 It’s leaning toward the house and would fall straight through the living room ceiling and onto the driveway out front. I was supposed to get this scheduled before hurricane season started. DOH. It’s got to go NOW, so I don’t have to have nightmares every time one threatens our area. But our backyard is very crowded with large plants and beds and sheds and “Bali huts” and stuff, so they can’t get their big equipment in. It will probably take two days doing it the old fashioned ways. 😦 But it has to be done, sad as it is to see the last of our shade trees go.

          So, will you be meeting Rabbit next, then? Just trying to remember. 🙂

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