Well, the verdict is in.

Not so good news, but wasn’t unexpected. I have heard back from the literary agent who requested to read the full manuscript of book 1 — INESCAPABLE: The Beginning — he passed. To say I wasn’t disappointed would be fibbing. However, I am still elated by the request. It gives me hope that there is actually a literary agent out there who is just right for me. I was talking with a fellow author the other day and she said it took her fifteen years to finally get an agent. I just hope I don’t have to wait that long, but if I do, I will. I am not giving up. I think I have a great story (JMO) to share and I’m sure the more who read it will tell others and it will soon have the domino effect! So, if you haven’t read it yet, (shameless plug here) it’s on SALE on on Amazon Kindle Store for only 99¢. Get yours today!! http://amzn.to/1IFS5zB

On another note: I will be attending the In’DScribe Author Reader Con in Palm Springs, California, September 17 -20. Several of my fellow authors who are attending also have their books on SALE. Here are a few….

WEDDING BANDS by Ev Bishop: RONE Award finalist. 99¢ on Amazon
http://amzn.to/1LqHMSa

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: http://amzn.to/1U6CnyV


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 Once a straight-A student with her choice of colleges, she’s withdrawn into a life that consists of two jobs, an online class, and memories.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.

THURSDAYS AT COCONUTS by Beth Carter: http://amzn.to/1MER7EF
amazon.com

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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