The free promo weekend for The Ex Lottery was a hit. Thanks to all the new readers. Hope you enjoy the romance. And the virtual trip to Ireland. Please drop me a review on Amazon if you happen to journey back to order your next book.
I took most of the weekend off to read and walk the Lowcountry beaches with my husband. It was a bit cold and foggy, but the sun came out Sunday afternoon. Yesterday’s walk did make me think of the castle ruins scattered across Ireland. Tory, the main character in the novel, loves castles.
Standing at the edge of the seashore yesterday, I could see another tiny island. No one lives on that island now, but my husband and I could see an abandoned house. The house is slowly falling apart and its feet are made of pilings which are stuck firmly in the sea. The waves pound the house, but it still stands just like all the majestic ruins that are scattered across Ireland. However, this coastal ruin will slowly rot since it is made of wood, not stone. Still just like the old Irish castles, this house was a home and it makes me wonder what stories lurk within its walls. Maybe one day I’ll write a story about that house, but for now I think I prefer the majestic castles of Ireland—preferably ones that aren’t being washed away to sea.
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