Hammering my latest dual timeline manuscript into shape

Super excited to be preparing my fifth book, and fourth novel, for publication this autumn.

I’ve already had useful feedback from beta readers, and now I have my manuscript back from my editor. I’ll be incorporating these changes before getting it off to my proofreader. I will then review once more before working with my graphic artists to prepare my novel for publication.

This is always lots of work, but also exciting in the lead-up to a book launch.

I’m excited about this newest novel, a contemporary/historical dual timeline story set in modern and 1890s Rome.

Here below is the new novel’s blurb. look forward to sharing more information about this new novel as I finalize. And please be on the lookout, since I hope to have it up on NetGalley for early reviews soon!

Rome's Last Noble Palace edits

 

Rome’s Last Noble Palace

Two women. Two different centuries. One attic room

American Isabelle Field has been shipped off to Rome to live with her aunt, Princess Elizabeth Brancaccio. Isabelle’s aunt and mother share a common goal – replicating Elizabeth’s success by marrying Isabelle off to a European nobleman.

But Rome in 1896 is on the cusp of a new century and Isabelle longs for more than a titled husband. She secretly designs costumes for Rome’s burgeoning theatre environment and dreams of opening a fashion atelier. Can she gather the courage to forge a life for herself, even if it means going against expectations?

Over a century later, doctoral candidate Sophie Nouri can’t believe her good fortune when she is selected to intern in Rome’s Near Eastern Art Museum. Even better, the position includes an attic apartment in the spectacular museum property, the Palazzo Brancaccio.

Overseeing a major exhibition is stressful, but tension alone can’t explain the disturbing nighttime presence in the deserted hallways of the grand palace – especially one no one else can sense. Almost as if a spectral being is trying to communicate with Sophie directly. Or warn her.

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