Hi! My name is Jockie Loomer-Kruger.
I’ve written a new novel called UNTIL THE DAY WE DIE, soon to be released by Moose House Publications
My story takes place in a retirement home in the fictional city of Sonnenberg, Ontario.
UNTIL THE DAY WE DIE is due to be released in the spring/summer of 2021.
The Waiting Game
People ask me, “When can I pre-order your novel?“
I can’t give a definitive answer. It depends on the release date my publisher chooses. But I can keep you informed. And here’s how.
Just fill out this form with your name and e-mail, and when orders can be placed, I’ll get back to you with the publisher’s contact info, or my own, if you’d prefer a signed copy directly from me.
Request for Advance Notice of UNTIL THE DAY WE DIE, a novel by Jockie Loomer-Kruger
Have you seen the latest news?
Mature (85-year-old) author, Jockie Loomer-Kruger has shocked the reading public by posting a boudoir picture of herself online. The reverberations have been noted by several news channels.
CNN reported results of their recent poll show 98 % of women past childbearing age would still buy Loomer-Kruger’s novel, UNTIL the DAY WE DIE when it comes out, despite their feelings about the picture she posted. 79.5 of men not taking Viagra would also purchase her book. This poll shows an increase over polls taken prior to the posting of her controversial image.
FOX NEWS declared that even though it was reported by the fake news, that she wore a long-sleeved negligee in her post, as an American citizen she had every right to bare arms. When it was pointed out that Loomer-Kruger is a Canadian, the host of the weekend show said, “Oh, well, in that case, it’s her right to bare feet,” thus giving full support to the display of naked flesh in her post.
CBC covered the alarming story by informing viewers that the author is fully vaccinated, and despite the somewhat risqué nature of her social media post, she does consistently wear a mask in public, has no political ambitions, has no previous history of boudoir picture posting, and has publicly said, “Sorry.”
The BBC stated their investigation shows Loomer-Kruger’s boudoir picture posting is but an attempt to keep readers anticipating the publication of her novel in the near future. The BBC advises readers to STAY CALM AND BE PATIENT.