Exciting Book News!!
Also for fans of my Legacy of the King's Pirates series, I'm currently writing a sequel to that series and expect to have it ready for release by early Spring next year, so be on the lookout for that! More on that in the months to come. So, don't jump ship yet!!
I received the cover for the third book in my Escape to Paradise series and thought you might like to see it along side the other two. Abandoned Memories doesn't release until next July but these covers are so gorgeous, I could stare at them all day. Tell me what you think? What mood and emotion does each cover invoke within you?
Here's an early review of Elusive Hope from book reviewer Debbie Mitchell:
Enough words? These all describe Elusive Hope, book 2 in MaryLu Tyndall’s Escape to Paradise series.
MaryLu has out-done herself with this book. She has shown that she can write stories that not only have you smiling, but stories that awaken ALL of your senses.
I tried my best to read this book slowly, to savor every morsel. But, it was so hard to slow down. Each chapter ended making me want to read more. I kept waiting for a lull in the story, so that I could have an excuse to stop reading for awhile. But, alas, a lull did not come. The sad part now is that I have to wait for what seems like forever for the third book in the series. Oh, pure torture!
Whether they are trekking through the jungles of Brazil, hanging out in the New Hope colony or exploring old temple ruins, the characters in Elusive Hope will have you experiencing a lot of emotions. I simple love the banter between Magnolia and Hayden. Talk about your odd couple…..a princess and a toad? Who would have thought? Then there are those characters that you just want to smack. And those that make you cringe at times. So much juicy things going on in this book and so wonderfully written .
Thank you, Debbie!!
Okay, now I have a small favor to ask of you:
I've put together a little survey that will help me determine what I'll be writing next so I hope you'll take the time to answer the questions in a comment. Thanks so much!! And have a great weekend!
What is your favorite Book Genre to read? (Please choose one)
- Historical Romance
- Romantic Suspense
- Historical Suspense
- Historical Romantic Suspense
- Spooky Thrillers aka Stephen King or Ted Dekker
- Spy or Military Thrillers
- Contemporary Romance
- Women's Fiction
- Contemporary Drama
- Military Romantic Suspense
- End Times Suspense
- Contemporary Suspense
What is your favorite Time Period? (Please choose only 1)
- Medieval (4th -15th Centuries)
- Age of Discovery (15th - 17th Centuries)
- Renaissance (14th - 16th Centuries)
- Colonial (1600's - 1700's)
- Georgian (1740-1830)
- Victorian (1837-1901)
- Regency (1811-1820)
- Romantic Era (1850-1920)
- American Western or Prairie (1800's)
- Gilded Age - US Late 19th Century
- Edwardian period (United Kingdom, 1901 - 1910)
- World War I
- World War II
- US Revolutionary War
- US Civil War
- No time Period in Particular
What would you prefer to read about (You can choose more than one)
- Medieval Knights and Princesses
- Stories set during the Age of Sail
- Police and Crime stories
- Fantasy stories
- Sweet Romance
- Biblical Fiction
- Spiritual Warfare
- Stories set in Historic England (Regency, Victorian, Elizabethan)
- Sweet Romances
- High Society in the early 1900's (Downton Abbey)
- Modern dramas with modern people