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Big Announcement!

It’s Monday, and I’m not much of a Monday person, but today I am! I’m so excited to announce I just signed a two-book deal with Love Inspired for my fourth and fifth Lake Endwell books!


Yuletide Redemption, Sam Sheffield’s story, is a Christmas book and will most likely release in November 2016. The Fireman’s Promise is the fifth book, and the release date will be determined at a later date. I’m thrilled to write these books, and I’m equally thrilled to be offered my first multi-book contract.

Let’s celebrate with virtual cake and coffee!




Oh, and by the way, I broke down and bought the BIG bag of Halloween candy, and, yes, I’ve eaten a lot of it. That’s how I roll…

For all you writers out there, I’m asking the question, “Does your romance novel start in the right place?” over at Suite T, Southern Writers Magazine’s blog. I’d love for you to stop by (article is linked)! Thanks!

Did you buy Halloween candy and start eating it, too?

Thanks for celebrating with me!


Jill Kemerer writes contemporary romance novels with love, humor and faith. Besides spoiling her mini-dachshund and keeping up with her busy kids, Jill enjoys magazines, M&MS, fluffy animals and nature walks. She resides in Ohio with her husband and two children.  Jill loves connecting with readers, so please visit her website,

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  1. Woo-hoo!!! Congrats on the multi-book contract!! That’s definitely something worth celebrating on a Monday. 🙂 No Halloween candy here. We’re giving out glow stick bracelets this year. One: because my nephew is now living close by and he’s deathly allergic to peanuts and milk, so we’ve decided to participate in the teal pumpkin project (we put out a teal colored pumpkin and allergy allert parents know we are an allergy-free house for them to stop at), two: glow sticks help keep the kids visible at night, and three: if I bought candy, I’d eat it before Halloween!! 🙂

  2. Congratulations on your two-book contract, Jill! I’m so happy for you.

    Did you shout twice as loudly or jump twice as high as you did when you received your first three single-title contracts?

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