Tuesday, December 17, 2013


Hello. Thank you for visiting my blog today. I’m Rebecca Scarberry, @Scarberryfields on Twitter and the author of: Messages from Henry, Rag Doll, Jumper, and Where Love Takes You.

Letting all of you know that on August 9, 2013 I self-published my first full-length novel. This is the only book I published with a co-author. He’s British author, Francis Potts. It’s called: WHERE LOVE TAKES YOU and it’s a sequel to MESSAGES FROM HENRY. The original title was THE PRINCE OF PIGEONS. We decided to change the title because many people don’t like pigeons and the book wasn’t getting the same attention as book one. MESSAGES FROM HENRY has over 90 rave reviews (posted on several sites). The sequel is a stand-alone novel and more about love than it is pigeons. Yes, Henry, the hero pigeon is in the book. There’s a very strange phenomenon that actually did take place in England this year and it’s an exciting part of the book.

Links to my books: Messages from Henry: http://smarturl.it/58as19
Where Love Takes You: http://smarturl.it/jjmlsa

Two five star reviews:

Awarded 5 stars:
Format:Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified Purchase
I did not expect to enjoy a book that revolved around homing pigeons! The pigeons were a wonderful way to bring the characters together, yet the pigeons themselves were the main characters. I actually found myself caring about the pigeons as much as the people. There is an event where something happens to one of the pigeons. My adrenalin shot up as they searched for him. Yes, this is how much the story drew me in! The people were real to me as they progressed in the story. The pigeons draw adults together, but also children in the story. This is a fun read that warms the heart as the story progresses. I thoroughly recommend it!

5.0 out of 5 stars Uplifting romantic story October 21, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
"The Prince of Pigeons" by Rebecca Scarberry and Francis Potts is a sweet and heartwarming romance that follows "Messages from Henry". Henry is a homing pigeon who was a big hero in said previous book.
In this book Henry brings together his two elderly carers and two men from England but the story is much more involved than that. Henry also takes part in a race and gets lost, a development company is after the ladies farm in Oregon and the romance is filled with people of various generations.
The feel of this book is warm and pleasant, romance is not confined to the young only and once again, Henry is the bringer of happiness and helps to bridge the gap between people who should be together.
It is particularly refreshing to read a book about something as simple as homing pigeon in a world that moves away from nature and towards new technologies and modern advances. Not that I am condemning progress, but there is something comforting and reassuring about "The Prince of Pigeons" that for me brings a little nostalgia and hope.
It can't be a coincidence that the pigeon on the cover is white, the symbol for peace, love and hope.


  1. Congrats on publishing your new novel. I have enough trouble from editors, I can't imagine having a co-author. Was it more difficult or easier to work with another author?

  2. Congrats on the release of your first full length novel. I too just self pubbed my first full length novel in November. How have you been marketing it? If you don't mind sharing. We are Twitter pals. I'm @meganbostic.