I found this book amazing and couldn't put it down. I continue to recommend it to others but want to forewarn you there is some (not much) cursing and the topic is a bit intense BUT Michelle's writing is so fabulous, I was never offended or grossed out. The storyline weaves beautifully and I read until I couldn't keep my eyes open a couple nights. I even read it aloud on the deck one night when we had friends over and they had to get their own copy. It is that good.
Anyway, leave a comment to congratulate Michelle on her release when to visit too. It has already won an award, how cool is that? But today Michelle isn't here to talk about her fabulous new release, she joins us to share about my book, or maybe books. To read Michelle's blog - click on the photo above or use the link at the end of today's blog. Thank you again for following, reading, and sharing. Remember, the Kindle version of my two available on Kindle, are now only $4.99.
Everyone is welcome and maybe you have a good story to tell. Since my writing toolbox is over-flowing, I’ve decided to spring clean, dump out a few gadgets, and give some of them away. If you’ve come here to learn, please browse for a while. I hope you find the tool you’re looking for–even if it’s random.
What you’ll find here: Tuesdays I share a writing tooltip, Friday are my favorite days–not only because it’s the weekend, but because I share teen’s writing and am THEIR fan–encouraging them in their writing journey. (Please contact me if you’d like to share your story.) And one day a week I teach RANDOM writing skills. I love to dissect movies and books and call it MOVIE/BOOK BIOLOGY. Please subscribe and share my blog with others.
Can’t find the tool you need? Knock at my door and ask. (Or shoot me an email.) I’ll scrounge around until I find it - mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Author of CACHE a PREDATOR, a mystery/crime novel with a GEOCACHING theme. My other wips include: Willow, Love is Just a Word, Kelly’s Story, Eclair, and The Vision in a Kiss. I’ve been published in Adoptive Families, Brio Magazine, Splickety Magazine, Kyria, The Writer’s Digest and have won contests in both The Writer’s Journal and The Writer’s Digest. Love is Just a Word was a bronze medalist is the 2010 Frasier Contest, and a 2011 semi-finalist in the ACFW Genesis Contest.
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