I’m giving birth today. It’s scary, I’m trying to breath through it. But it’s still scary. I gave birth just two months ago – I think that actually adds to my fear rather than calming me down. Now I have two to worry about. And unlike my human children who can take care of themselves now, my books need me to make sure people like them.
Yes, I’m giving birth to my second book today. Or Cassie’s second book – sometimes I can’t tell witch it is. I try not to go on and on about the books here at New Beginnings. I talk about them at the Reading Room, and I put up snippets every Saturday. All of you are more than welcomed over there and I hope you’ll drop by any time, and especially on Saturdays.
You all know how much I love Cassie and Tom. Writing about them and getting their books published does make these books feel like my children and I really, really hope you will read and enjoy them.
Blurb for Cassie's Tale : Cassie continues to live life to the fullest, from wheeling around in her new sports car to mastering the art of riding a motor scooter with no hands, she manages to keep Tom on his toes. The fly in the ointment is that Tom’s firm wants him back for a project and Cassie wants him all to herself. When Tom takes the job, Cassie is left lonely and bored – never a good combination for her.
Left to her own devices Cassie makes some poor decisions, frightening Sue and causing Tom to lower the boom. Tom's new schedule for Cassie, including her getting a job, leaves her little time to get herself in trouble – yet she still manages.
If you haven't read the first book, you might want to go back and see how Cassie and Tom began as a couple. Check out Cassie's Space.
Blurb: Meet Cassie, a former wild child, who meets her match, and creates the match of a lifetime. To nearly all who know her now, Cassie is a vivacious, sweet southern lady, who is the epitome of grace and proper behavior. Look a tiny bit closer and you’ll see that Cassie has another side – the one whose language could make a sailor blush as she drinks him under the table.
Thanks to her loving husband Tom, who even after thirty years of marriage, never hesitates to put Cassie over his knee when she strays too far from his view of ladylike behavior, few people other than close old friends know this side of Cassie exists.
Cassie and Tom show that love and passion are not the sole property of the young. Love and passion grows and changes with age. While aging may bring on challenges – the love and passion between these two people only grows stronger.