Yippie! It’s Friday. Not only is it Friday, but my internet is back up and running–sorta. The last couple of days have been frustrating, especially since my provider wasn’t all that forthright with information. Anyhoos, this has been a busy week.
I guest posted on three blogs. In case you missed them, here they are:
I shared with Susi that even though Marionette is the second book I’ve published, it was the first book that I wrote.
Sherri was kind enough to let me discuss my first impressions of London when I moved here.
And Renee listened to why I finally took writing seriously.
Also, three wonderful bloggers reviewed Marionette. You can find them here:
Now for the big news! I’m taking part in ‘Tis More Blessed!
What’s that? ‘Tis More Blessed is a fabulous event hosted by Milo James Fowler. Here’s the deal, 22 authors this week are giving away books, including me. If you would like to win a free ebook copy of my novel, Marionette, please leave a comment below. The contest will end on December 20th. And make sure you visit all of the authors listed below to enter their giveaways. Below all the names, I’ll include a synopsis of Marionette. Feel free to spread the word. Everyone loves free books!
Synopsis of Marionette:
After the incident, Paige agrees to go to therapy to appease her girlfriend, Jess. However, Paige doesn’t believe that therapy will help her. She believes she’s beyond help. Paige doesn’t want to find herself and she doesn’t want to relive her painful past in order to come to terms with it. What Paige wants is control over her life, which she hasn’t had since her birth.
During her childhood, Paige is blamed for a family tragedy, when in fact, her twin sister, Abbie was responsible. Abbie doesn’t come forward and Paige becomes the pariah of the family.
To add to Paige’s woes, while attending a college in a small town in Colorado, the residents are in the midst of debating whether or not gays and lesbians should have equal rights. Tension is high and there’s a threat of violence. She isn’t out of the closet and pretends to be straight at school since she fears what will happen if her parents find out she’s a lesbian. Will she end up dead like her best friend, Alex?
Happy Holidays! And remember that ‘Tis More Blessed will be every Friday this month. Keep checking Milo James Fowler’s blog each Friday.