A Peek Inside

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Do you appreciate the ability to peek inside books on sale on Amazon and other retailer sites? They allow you to see the interior format, a chapter or two to read to see if the book jives with your reading tastes, and the writing style. For me, the latter has a lot to do with the books I choose to read.

I have so many books stacked on my night stand to read, it takes me a while to get through them. But I do!

So, an update for you. 🙂

The ebook version of my debut novel, Passage of Promise, released today. Now both my ebook and print book are available for purchase. Via Amazon, you are now able to take a peek inside the book and read the first couple of chapters for free.  You can also peek in Barnes & Noble’s Nook.

I hope the chapters you read you like and consider picking up a copy!







Moving and Suspenseful Novella

A half hour ago, I was reading over a few revised scenes in my novella, Mourning Dove, and found myself choked up while reading it aloud to my husband and then my son. Can’t believe the character’s emotions evoked such feelings out of me. Yes. This story is coming together and moving toward one more run through with my critique group after the current one before I present it to my editor.

Blurb I’ve got for Mourning Dove at this time:

Gabrielle lost her husband, Andrew, in a car accident six months ago. In the midst of struggling to emerge from her grief, she discovers Andrew’s cousin, Jordan, is homeless. Gabrielle strives to help Jordan in any way she can. While sifting through clothes in her closet, Gabrielle finds notes by Andrew regarding an anniversary gift for her a month before his death. Is Jordan the key to unlocking Andrew’s gift to her? But amid this good will stands a belligerent homeless man hunting down Jordan for a past wrong. Although frightened by this vagabond seen creeping around her property, Gabrielle swallows her fear and focuses on aiding Jordan, giving her a new purpose in life. But will Gabrielle take that new purpose too far?