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REAL WOMEN WEAR RED/REAL WOMEN SING THE BLUES  

Today is release day for “Real Women Sing the Blues,” the sequel to “Real Women Wear Red.” It is dedicated to all of those who are fans of “Real Women Wear Red.”

Hard to believe it’s been 8 years since I wrote the first draft of “Real Women Wear Red,” 7 years since I signed with an agent, and 5.5 years since it was first published. (If you haven't read “Real Women Wear Red” or it's been awhile, you may want to download a copy of RWWR for your Kindle.)

I met many of you online during this time of “chicksover40” - and that’s been the best part - but where does time fly?

Here’s a bit about the book:

REAL WOMEN SING THE BLUES

"In that moment, I knew I could no longer be a Wall Street monkey, and somewhere out there the Blues were calling my name." – Robin

When the women of “Real Women Wear Red” return from their Caribbean cruise, each woman must deal with the consequences of secrets shared onboard ship.

Millie's secret sends Robin reeling all the way to Blue Hawaii, and she finds herself chasing Moondoggie and singing the Blues. This sets off the "Millie Domino Effect." Millie chases after Robin and Monterey Jack chases after Millie. Cyn joins Robin and Millie on the cruise when her "Cary Grant" gets too serious too fast. And Sandy runs to Cyn for motherly comfort when her shipboard romance blows up.

Four women, four islands, and a seven-night cruise to Paradise. Is there life after Blue Hawaii or will they end up singing the Blues?

I hope that you will love it! Please let me know!

Thank you!

Kathy




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