One Week & One Day

It’s been one week and one day since I sent off my manuscript for INESCAPABLE: The Beginning. Have not heard anything yet, but I am still feeling great about the request. It took twenty-one days after I sent my query letter for the request, so I’m still excited. Of course, I have everything crossed that I can cross (eyes, legs, arms, fingers, toes, etc) and that has been a problem walking, seeing, holding things and especially eating. (grin)

On another note: I will be attending the In’DScribe Author Reader Con in Palm Springs, California, September 17 -20. To celebrate my attending I have put the Kindle version of book one INESCAPABLE: The Beginning on SALE now through December 31 for 99¢.

Action-packed. Full of suspense. Romantic. Fiery. Just a few words used to describe the new Inescapable series by Madge H. Gressley. Add a little romance, murder, mystery, sci-fi, and a dash of evil and you have the perfect combination that will have you on the edge of your seat and begging for more.

Several of my fellow authors who are attending also have their books on SALE. Here are a couple….

WEDDING BANDS by Ev Bishop: RONE Award finalist. 99¢ on Amazon

A terrible misunderstanding separates high school sweethearts, Jo and Callum. When they meet again years later, will they be able to get past their hurt pride and old wounds, or will they go their separate ways permanently?

SOMETHING GOOD by Darlene Deluca–another new-to-me author and RONE finalist:

A mistake. A blessing. A tragedy.
And now, Mandi Evans has made it her goal to fade into anonymity. Once a straight-A student with her choice of colleges, she’s withdrawn into a life that consists of two jobs, an online class, and memories. Crippled by the past, she feels unworthy of a better life – until Lane Whitmore walks into the diner where she works six nights a week.


As the go-to wedding planner, Suzy can’t find her own wedded bliss and has one shocker of a wedding day. It doesn’t help that she’s still pining for her high school sweetheart, the one who got away. Handling neurotic brides is the best part of Suzy’s day until her son brings home a bombshell from Europe.

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