Save a Dollar for The Christmas Dutch Pot Baby
As some of you may have noticed, I haven’t been posting as regularly as I used to. My daughter and I are working on a new ebook, The Christmas Dutch Pot Baby. We had had hoped to publish our ebook last week, but my daughter met in a car accident. She’s okay, but her car was totaled.
With the help of my son, who worked on Marcus and the Amazons, we hope to have it ready by this week Friday.
In the meantime, here’s the cover art and a summary of the plot:
On a cold Christmas Eve in Myrtle Grove, Joe and Myriam Lumley find a baby in a Dutch pot on their doorstep. Without hesitating, the Lumleys take the child, whom they name Eleanor, into their home. But little do they know, Attaberra, Queen of the Zemis, who has watched over the island since it rose out of the sea, has been watching their every move. The Queen has also made a prediction about the child. Will her prediction come true?
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