Tuesday, September 12, 2017

There's a new Connie Barrera Thriller! An Easy Sail is available for pre-order.

Here's Connie to tell you about it.

Paul and I survived another unplanned encounter with a drug dealer in An Easy Sail. The villain was the same loser who stole Vengeance in Dani and Liz's last tale, Bluewater Enigma. I don't want to spoil the surprises in An Easy Sail, so I won't say more on that topic.

As I write this post, the northern Leeward Islands are cleaning up after Hurricane Irma. The opening scenes of An Easy Sail find Paul and me at Jolly Harbour, Antigua, just days before the storm.

We were there to pick up a new charter guest. On her first day aboard, we sailed around the southwest corner of the island to visit English Harbour. We didn't linger there, thank goodness. We were fortunate enough to be well south of the area by the time Irma struck.

All of us from my books and the Bluewater Thrillers are safe. We're wondering about our friends who live ashore, though. Besides Antigua and Barbuda, two of our other hangouts, St. Martin and St. Barth, were devastated. The U.S. and British Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico were hit hard, too. We wish them all the best in their recovery work, and we're looking forward to visiting them again soon.

"Stop it, Dani! Liz, do something with her, will you?"

Dani's trying to get her hands on the keyboard. I told her that this is my post. She can write one of her own to tell you about their next adventure, or to complain about whatever's bothering her.

She's still upset that Bud is working on that new series. She's arguing that he should write the next Bluewater Thriller first, but I think there's more to her anger -- something to do with An Easy Sail. It's probably best if we keep her off the computer until she cools down.

Dani and Liz are here with us in Fort-de-France, Martinique. We're all visiting with Phillip and Sandrine, rehashing what happened to my "easy" sail. Paul and I would enjoy sharing the details with you. Pick up a copy of An Easy Sail and join us.

xxxx,
Connie


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