A New Contract – Three More World War II Novels!
I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve signed another contract with Revell Books for three more World War II novels! These stories will be a bit different for me, as they will each stand completely alone, not as part of a series.
Inspired by real people and stories, each novel will feature Americans living in Nazi Germany or Nazi-occupied Europe, and each will be filled with romance and danger as the characters face harrowing conditions and ethical dilemmas.
I’m looking forward to a fresh direction while exploring new aspects of World War II. I can’t wait to share more about these stories as their publication dates approach. The books are scheduled to release in spring 2021, spring 2022, and spring 2023.
Thank you to my agent, Rachel Kent with Books & Such Literary Management, and to the entire team at Revell for giving me a chance to tell these stories. And extra thanks to all of you who have read my books and supported my writing habit. I can’t do it without you!
Yay! I am excited for you…and for me, as I love reading your books!
Thank you, Sue!
congratulations. i look forward to what happens in the future
Sounds terrific – I know they will be wonderful! Congratulations!
Thanks, Angela! I certainly hope you’re right 😉
Congratulations! I’m so happy for you but also for us, the readers! Haha
Thanks, Karen! 🙂
How exciting! I’m looking forward to reading them!
Thank you, Suzanne!
How thrilling! Enjoy the research and writing- can’t wait to read them!
Thank you, Elisabeth!
Exciting news! God bless as you begin a little different direction! But I’m glad to hear you are going to continue in the WWII era.
Thanks, Susan! I’m so glad I can continue to do so.
These sound wonderful! How exciting, Sarah!
Thank you, Kiersti!
I am so excited for you! I have loved every one of your books so far!
Thank you, June!
Wonderful news, Sarah! Congratulations!!
Thank you, Cindy Jean!
Congrats Sarah! We are all so happy that you will be continuing your WWII stories.
Thank you, Pauline!
Sarah, have you read “In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler’s Berlin” by Erik Larson?
Hi Betty-Ann! No, I haven’t read that, but I’m putting it on my list! Thank you!
That’s exciting !!!! I always wondered about expatriots who lived in Europe during Hitlers rise, especially Jews.
My daughter and I really love your novels.
Thanks, Mary! I’m looking forward to learning more myself!
Hope this means that we get to have Yvette’s story.
That would be fun to tell! But not at this time 🙂