Hi, everyone. Just wanted to give you an update on what I’m working on and let you know about a couple of titles on sale…and one free.
A Sudden Gust of Gravity is a story I’ve wanted to tell for a long time. It’s about a young woman who wants to become a magician, in a field mainly dominated by men. I’ll share more with you later, including excerpts, giveaways, and the spiffy cover Mr. Art Man is working on. Right now, publishing looks good for early November. If you’d like to get the details first, you can sign up to get that info here.
Now, the sales:
Don’t Tell Anyone will be on sale for 99 cents until September 19 on Amazon, Nook, Kobo, and iBooks. And if you’d like to learn more about younger son Charlie Trager, you can pick up The Picture of Cool, the prequel to his story, for free on Amazon from September 16-17.
Here are the details:
Don’t Tell Anyone
Liza’s mother-in-law once called her a godless hippie raised by wolves. Now, after five years of marriage to her elder son, five years of disapproval and spite, the family accidentally learns that Estelle has a fatal illness. And Estelle comes to her with an impossible request. A horrified Liza refuses but keeps the question from her husband and his brother. As the three children urge Estelle to consider treatment, their complicated weave of family secrets and lies begins to unravel. Can they hold their own lives together long enough to help Estelle with hers?
Amazon UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dont-Tell-Anyone-Laurie-Boris-ebook/dp/B00AGPB3KA/
UK iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/book/dont-tell-anyone/id585952395
The Picture of Cool (Free, Sept 16-17)
Television producer Charlie Trager spends his days working with beautiful women on a daytime talk show. But underneath his cool façade, there’s a hollow spot in his heart, waiting for the right man to ease his loneliness. Then he meets the show’s next guest, a handsome young politician with a bad case of nerves—and a secret that could turn both their lives upside down.
Happy trails and safe travels, and I hope you’re having a lovely week.
You’ve been busy! As a mother of a card-magician son, I love the premise of A Sudden Gust of Gravity. Wish more women would be the magician instead of the scantily clad assistant on the side.
The few women that I’ve seen so far say that they’re working on it!
Looking forward to a new story. 🙂