Back to the Original Theme

So, I’ve done a lot of pondering on the blurb for my upcoming novel, What She Didn’t Know, and I’ve revised it to a more all-encompassing theme because the story is equally spread out between all three of the sisters. Therefore, I’ve revised it in the last few minutes and hoping this will be the more likely piece written on the back of my book’s cover:

Sisters Michaela, Gloria, and Seraphima grew up at the hands of an alcoholic, abusive father. Not able to bear anymore beatings, Gloria runs away and isn’t seen for ten years. Meanwhile, their mother pleads for Michaela and Seraphima to find Gloria. A vital nugget of information about their father brings Gloria back home. But the reunion between the sisters is rocky. When tragedy strikes, Michaela, Gloria, and Seraphima struggle to pick up the shattered pieces. In the midst of the chaos, they discover a long-held family secret. Will they be able to repair their relationships and heal from the past?

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Update! Update! Read All About It

My newest revised and updated blurb for my upcoming novel, What She Didn’t Know:

Nature-loving Gloria runs away from home at thirteen to escape an alcoholic, abusive father, leaving her mother and two sisters behind. A decade later, Gloria discovers a vital nugget of information about a family member that brings her back home. But she experiences a less-than-ideal reunion. When tragedy strikes, Gloria struggles to pick up the shattered pieces and uncover a long-held secret. Will Gloria be the linchpin to her family’s healing?

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What She Didn’t Know – Most Likely the Next Published Novel

My longest novel, What She Didn’t Know, that I started writing in January 2018 and finished in July 2019, will most likely be the next book I publish.

I’ve been told, and I also believe, it may be my “breakout” novel. A fellow critique writer helped me spruce up the novel’s blurb that will be on the book. It is the newest version. It may be changed just a bit in the coming months, but right now, it works. Here it is:

Nature-loving Gloria and her sisters Michaela and Seraphima grew up at the hands of an alcoholic, abusive father. At thirteen, Gloria runs away, leaving her two sisters and parents for a decade. A change in events brings her back home to her sisters in the thick of marital struggles and strained relationships. Shortly after, the family’s world is rocked, with tragedy striking and secrets lingering. Will Gloria be the linchpin to her family’s healing?

And here’s a picture of the book cover design I created that I’m wanting to use.

So, if you read Passage of Promise, and even if you haven’t, keep an eye out for this gem to be published hopefully by early next year. 🙂

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