Thank you all for checking out my Blog page.  I hope that you will also take a look at the sections titled MY BOOKS and INTERESTING STUFF.

I apologize to faithful readers who have kept looking for quite a long time for my Blog page.  My road to you-know-where is well paved. 

Time just seems to race.  I am up to Chapter 45 in my latest novel, Tomorrow, a sequel to "Hellfire and Snowdrops."  Tomorrow, like Hellfire, has a bit of spice in it. As my husband, Fred, likes to tell people, "Her novels for women are nicely spicy, not ugly spicy." He does the editing and proofing for all of my books, and recently told me that he "cannot wait to read the next chapter to find out what happens."

It just happens that Chapter 45 is a chapter that will have some spice in it as Alexis's sweetheart, Marco, an American undercover agent on a mission in Italy has suddenly appeared in her Rome hotel room after being out of contact for days, on a dangerous assignment.

While I am working on my novel, Fred is preparing the seond edition of my first book, Calbert and His Adventures, which was published in 1990 by Aton Press (now no longer a publishing house; the present Aton Press makes huge mehanical presses!). Fred will have the Calbert book published in paperback form first, and then as a Kindle book.

When he has that done, he will republish my novel, Rough Edges, under a new title. He discovered that there are a number of books already published with similar titles, and we do not want potential readers to be confused while searching for my book.

After getting those projects done, Fred intends to spend some time assiduously marketing my novels and children's books.  He has done little marketing other than handing out thousands of my business cards over the past few years. Because I am competing with literally millions of writers from all over the world whose books are, like mine, listed on Amazon, it is necessary to put some real effort into marketing. Now that I have a total of six books (novels and children's books) available on Amazon, all with five-star reviews, I believe that I can gain some recognition by an all out marketing program.  I hope that you will be looking for word about my books in the coming months.

I intend to write some more this week.

Be thinking about writing a book.


Here I am again, but I need to do this tomorrow.  I do thank you all for looking at my website and reading my blog. Today I have added a lot to the "My Books" section, so you might want to look at tha now, and come back tomorrow for a more complete blog and some more in the "Interesting Stuff" section. And you can comment on what you see, and ask me questons, too, in the Contact section.


I'll be back tomorrow.


I hope you noticed the new addition to my website:   Interesting Stuff 


Each time I create a new BLOG page, I'll also add something to the news page. 


No final proof for The Cat in the Tower came today, so I'll look for it Monday.


Now for my gift to you when you sign up to my email list. Each person who signs up to my email list in 2017 will receive a copy of one of my short stories. From time to time I will change what I send (stories, poems, previews of parts of new books, etc.) to all who are on the email list. All those on my email list will receive a personal notice  when a new book of mine is published.  And I look forward to interacting with you about things having to do with writing. We will be a community with similar interests.

Well, my hoped-for final proof did not arrive today.  I am disappointed because I hoped to give you the good news that The Cat in the Tower would be available in print by the coming midweek. But I have some other good news to tell you, tomorrow, whether the final proof arrives or not. I'll have a permanent new section of my Blog in which I'll give you some interesting information which I think you'll like a lot.


Also, I'll tell you what I'll send, as a gift, to everyone who joins my email list.  So please come back tomorrow, and I'll have my new info section, and I'll tell you exactly what I plan to send you when you join my email list, and why I am doing so. And maybe I'll have the final printed proof of my new children's book to talk about.



I am postng this late today, and plan to write more tomorrow.  I just want to tell you that I can scarcely believe that it has been so long since my last post--unbelievable--and I truly apologize.


A lot of things have happened in the meantime, and I am certain that a lot of things have happened in your life, too.


I have been writing whenever possible on my third novel, Tomorrow, and am about one third of the way through at this point. I intend it to be as suspenseful as Rough Edges.  My husband says he really likes it so far. One of my friends bought my second novel and said she couldn't put it down, and that really made me happy to hear that.


My real news is that The Cat in the Tower should be available in a couple of days. My husband has really been working long and hard on getting it ready for publication. We received a printed proof of it a couple of weeks ago, but a number of things just weren't right so he had several coversations with the people at the publishing house, and now we are expecting a final printed proof to be on our doorstep tomorrow.


I intend to let you know in a post tomorrow whether we received it and can let it be published. And I'll have a little more news, too.



Latest comments

02.05 | 20:10

Hi Carolee. My name is Jeff. I am Diana Schultheis husband. She is back in Pittsburgh PA. taking care of her mom. Will contact you on the 13th.

30.04 | 17:13

Thank you, Diana. Please tell me about your idea.

Hope to see you in a few weeks.

23.04 | 23:53

I just love your Bio Carolee. I had wanted to one day write myself but days and years go by and the world too fast. I would like to give an idea.

02.12 | 17:20

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