Thursday, June 18, 2015

Book trailer for A Skye Full of Stars

Nope...A Skye Full of Stars isn't completely written yet...right now it's at 89,600 words...which is about 3,000 more than Alabama Skye finished up at. It's not completed yet...but it's oh so close.

Here's the book trailer for you to peruse. I'd love to hear what you think of it.

Here's the full'll see I took some of the text for the video from it. 

Three years have passed since Sarah, the matriarch of the Gannon family, lost her battle with Alzheimer’s, and for the family she left behind, life in the small coastal town of Kelby, Alabama moves steadily on. The Cheshire Cat, Meara’s whimsical book store, is doing a booming business. Cheney and Greer find continued success with their Scottish B & B, Gannon’s Glen, and Noah’s beauty salon has become one the most popular spots in all of Baldwin County. The days are busy and satisfying, if not a touch predictable, but change is in the air. Spring is coming, and it’s bringing with it more than just tourist season.

When Cheney receives word that a package with her name on it has been found by a family friend near Glasgow, she decides to take Meara back to Scotland with her to retrieve it. Together, the sisters embark upon an emotional journey, and discover surprising evidence of a previously unknown life led by their father long before either one of them was born.

Noah’s happy life is shaken when her father falls ill, and the mother who abandoned her ten years before reappears with news that makes Noah question everything she thought she knew about herself. Things are further set off kilter when Noah’s childhood crush, Keene, drives into town with all of his belongings packed into his truck…everything, that is, except his wife.

A Skye Full of Stars brings readers back to the bustling locales of both the Alabama gulf coast and colorful Portree on the Hebridean Isle of Skye. They will revisit all the characters they were introduced to in Alabama Skye, and meet a few more as they travel back in the past to World War II, and step into the future with the Gannon women and those who are close to them.  

I'm busy, busy, busy with my Booktrope projects right now, but am consistently writing. I hope to have a completed manuscript off to my beta's by the end of the month.

There is much more I'd like to include with this post, but if I am to get all of the things done I have before me, I must go back to work!