The Gilded Hour sequel: NOT YET.

Not done, but making progress. I can offer you the image I’m using for a writing prompt. The cover design will be out of my hands — as ever — so this is just temporary. It’s from a painting by Whistler, and was painted at the right time. 

The title is a fragment from a poem by Rumi: “The wound is the place where the light enters.”


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14 thoughts on “The Gilded Hour sequel: NOT YET.”

  1. I so look forward to Where the Light Enters. From the first six books, I was hooked, then received The Gilded Hour and got to the end and said, “What.” You are a fantastic writer and I do look forward to when the sequel comes out. Thank you so much for all the hours of enjoy you have given me.

  2. Incredibly excited to see you mentioning this book. I stumbled upon The Gilded Hour and loved it and have been anxiously awaiting the sequel ever since. Glad you have shared your writing with us.

  3. What a great story! I’m so glad to see stories about strong educated women, but what is with all the loose ends? I have read all your books and this is the first one that you have written with so many ?’s

    When do you expect the next novel to come out?

  4. Thank you so much, I really enjoyed reading The Gilded Hour. I can’t wait for the sequel to come out …so many unanswered questions. I will wait paitiently …..

  5. I listened to your first series and absolutely loved them. I just got done listening to The Gilded Hour. I had no idea what it was about when I downloaded it from Audible. I was thrilled when I realized the main characters were related to the Wilderness characters. Now I can’t wait for the next one in this series. Thank you for many, many great hours of listening!!!!.

  6. My daughter gave me the first of the Wilderness series. I ended up buying the rest of the series.
    Several of my adult children are reading the series so we pass them around. I loved the books!!!
    I liked the maps in the front too as I’m a visual person and like to see where things are located.
    I’m halfway through the Gilded Hour now and like the others, I’m already looking forward to the sequel.
    My husband and I are both artists and we often compare the creative process of writing and painting. They are really the same. Get a beginning down on paper or canvas and then lots of editing, thinking about it, letting it “rest” so the writer or artist can catch up to it. We love hearing interviews with writers on television and hearing about their process. Such a blessing to use your creativty!!

    1. Hi Linda — thank you so much for taking the time to write. Creative minds are endlessly interesting, I agree. I dabble in painting and clay when I’m having trouble writing or when I just need a break. And I’m always fiddling with the maps I use for the novels. I hope you’ll find the sequel worth the wait. best wishes to you and your family of readers

  7. I’ve come looking for the sequel and I am thrilled to see that you are working on it. Your books are my absolute favorites. Happy writing!

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