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Saving Prophecy

Over the past few weeks I’ve been busy writing a romance novel inspired by a recent trip to Daufuskie Island with a friend who was giving a riding clinic at Haig Point Stables.

Two things struck me during my visit.

One was the peaceful atmosphere: the only permissible vehicles on the plantation are golf carts.

The other was that two ladies at the barn had met their Mr. Right on the small island. What were the odds? I wondered.

My writer’s brain shot into overdrive and on my return to the mainland – read Hilton Head Island 😉 – I began scribbling down a story woven around events on fictitious Sinclair Island.

My little isle has cars on it – I couldn’t quite wrap my head around a romance conducted in golf carts! Maybe in a later book.

The result is ‘Saving Prophecy,’ and the novel is going through its final edits before I announce a publishing date. I thought it was going to be a standalone book, but the plots for a second and third one wouldn’t leave me alone so I’ve already outlined them both.

‘Saving Prophecy’ will now be the first of the Sinclair Island Romance Series.

The first draft of Laura Harper’s first trilogy book is complete, and I shall resume edits as soon as I am certain of where the next two novels in the series are headed. Writing romance has been a fun interlude which is helping to keep things fresh when I go back to the Harper family.

Today I am revealing the cover, and as the launch date draws closer, I shall disclose a few details about the plot!

2 thoughts on “Saving Prophecy”

  1. I enjoyed Hilary’s new book Saving Prophecy very much. Romance and horses are subjects that suit this author well. I’d say any story that she writes about horses or dogs is one to read! Can’t wait for more. Thank you!

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