My last three novels have all been released in the autumn. So I am especially excited to have an early spring release for Behind The Mask, my suspense romance published by The Wild Rose Press and available worldwide March 24, 2017!
Today, we are announcing its release date and sharing the cover–another beautiful design by Rae Monet–with a quote from Justen Ahren.
Thanks to everyone, especially my editor, Maggie Johnson, for the assistance in getting this novel to the presses. I hope you’ll read it, and if so, enjoy it as much as I did while writing it.
Renee Johnson is the author of Herald Angels, Acquisition, and The Haunting of William Gray. She is currently working on a Young Adult novel, while editing a suspense novel which has international flair–an homage to her love of travel and foreign food. She lives on a farm in North Carolina with her husband, Tony Johnson, and two very spoiled German shepherds named Hansel and Gretel.
You are nothing short of remarkable! When is the release date? I didn’t see it on the graphic.
Thank you Linda. The release date is March 24, 2017! I’m getting excited for this one!
I’m looking forward to this.
Thanks Michelle. I hope you’ll enjoy reading this one. It’s a real favorite–such a challenge to write.
Very striking cover, Renee! Congratulations to you!
Thanks Jill. Your novel is launching soon! Are you getting excited yet?
That’s quite an intriguing book cover. I can hardly wait for you to release your new book. Congratulations. ~applause~
Thank you so much, E.C. This one is quite special to me.
You’ve been quite busy, darling.
You’re not kidding. Vacation needed! Lol. Thank you. I like the cover, which is certainly important!
That is really a cool cover. It must be such a great feeling to soon have the book out, even if it’s your fourth by now. Congratulations!
Thank you Otto. I actually think they get better and more exciting. This one is especially close to me.
Great cover Renee, congratulations! I read ‘The Haunting of William Gray’ recently and very much enjoyed it.
Thanks Andrea. I’m so glad you enjoyed ‘The Haunting of William Gray.’ It was so much fun to write.