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2 responses to “Book Cover Reveal | Sophomore #newrelease from T.S. Krupa whose debut novel #SafeAndSound held my heart and captured my attention! This is her second novel ‘On the Edge’!

  1. tskrupa

    Thank you SO much for such a lovely and thoughtful post, Jorie. It’s truly an honor to be hosted on your blog. I am blessed to have met you as well. I am very much looking forward to hearing your thoughts about On The Edge next month. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it. Talk more soon! xoxo

    • Hallo, Hallo Ms Krupa,

      Hosting your blog tours and featuring your stories on Jorie Loves A Story have always been a lot of joy for me over the years. I’ve been visiting your blog and checking your feeds on Twitter, however, I haven’t been able to find your newer stories. I thought for sure you had a Non-Fiction which was going to release between then and now; but I could be mistaken. I know over the years I’ve lost touch with some authors and also with the comments on my own blog due to my chronic migraines and then, post-2016 I’ve been focused on my father’s recovery from his stroke before my own health afflictions took over in 2018-19. I had wanted to say back then how appreciative I was to be included in showcasing your stories and being a part of your book launches.

      I enjoyed working with you and your publicist and I have such fond memories of everything we put together. I also miss seeing you during @SatBookChat – we resumed our chats in September, 2019. Steadily growing our audience and I’ve had booked guests every months since – in fact, most of this first half of 2020 was booked before January! lol I hope the years have been kind to you since we last talked and that you’ve simply been away – following your muse and instincts to write your next stories.

      I look forward to seeing what you produce and am grateful our paths crossed.

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