New Book Series Title!

It’s official! My publisher, Revell, notified me this week that the title for my next series will be Wings of the Nightingale – for the first time, a title I actually came up with! The first novel in the series is officially titled With Every Letter, and the titles for the other two books will be determined later.

In Wings of the Nightingale, three World War II flight nurses pioneer medical air evacuation in North Africa, Sicily, Italy, and southern France. Danger, deprivation, and tragedy cause them to grow in friendship, while romance awakens them to adventures of the heart and soul.

I’m starting work now on To Every Shore (working title), which is scheduled to release Summer 2013. Lt. Georgie Taylor loves her job as a flight nurse, but the goals of pharmacist Sgt. John “Hutch” Hutchinson are frustrated at every turn. As Georgie and Hutch care for American soldiers in Sicily and Italy, tragedy brings them together. But will their differences keep them apart?

With Every Beat  (working title) is scheduled for Summer 2014. Flight nurse Lt. Kay Jobson collects hearts wherever she flies, but C-47 pilot Lt. Roger Cooper is immune to her charms. Throughout Italy and southern France, as she evacuates the wounded and he delivers paratroopers and supplies, every beat of their hearts draws them where they don’t want to go.
The next step…the cover for With Every Letter! Considering the gorgeous work Revell did for the Wings of Glory series, I can’t wait to see what they do for Wings of the Nightingale!

11 Responses to “New Book Series Title!”

  1. Tammy

    Loved Wings of Glory series and this one sounds fantastic! I am really looking forward to Wings of the Nightingale!

  2. Keli Gwyn

    I’m looking forward to the new series. With Every Letter sounds like a great story. I’m just sorry I have to wait so long for its release.

  3. Noelle


    The ‘must get rid of one book before buying another’ is Fly Boy’s idea, truly not mine! In fact, I am rebelling (yet again) and will definitively squeeze ‘Wings of the Nightingale’ no matter what! Fall 2012? Oh dear, the plot is so inviting!
    Books and chocolate…I cannot live without it!
    One more thing: I do not always comment on Today’s in WW II but I ALWAYS read them.

  4. Sarah Sundin

    Thanks, everyone!

    And Fall 2012 seems like a long ways off, but I know it’ll land in my lap long before I’m ready 🙂