FVP Featured Author, Jeffrey Cook’s Anthology is FREE TODAY on Kindle. Click on image to find out more about it!
SCRIPTING THE TRUTH by T.A. HENRY -Grab this one free while you have the chance, and thank the author by leaving a review on Amazon. 5 star review rating already, and it’s only the first day…5 days free…don’t miss out!
“That was so fun! I wanted to stay in that world as long as I could. Picture Downton Abbey meets Doris Day.”
“I can’t even tell you how big a kick I got out of this book…Austen’s comedy of manners has been brought forward to the 40’s.”
“The dialog was quick and witty; very English. The characters were well developed and likable. This novel is an authentic portrait of post-war England. Overall, a fun, well-paced read.”
“This book is clever, fun and has the hint of deeper issues. A great read! ”
At loose end in post World War II London, Lady Margaret Leighton chances upon a movie poster showcasing the young soldier she gave her heart to while serving as a military nurse. Desperate to reconnect with him, she uses her wits and newly discovered writing muse to scheme her way into the movie studio where he is an actor. Molly is certain they will live happily ever after. And they just might… But first Molly has to figure out who she is and what she wants. Can she make this unexpected career work with the expectations of her elite family? She’ll try to do it all while trying to keep the seams on her stockings straight.
Vicky shares her gratitude for this sweet boxer, Thatcher. More…
Thanks, Mysti Parker, for hosting this project on your blog!
We had a great time at the Snoqualmie Valley Block Party yesterday. Here are some photos of the FVP authors who were at the booth, and some images showing the flavor of the event on The Ridge.
Also, in connection with the Event, author, Rachel Barnard is offering free Kindle copies of her poetry collection Wandering Imagination and her new release YA Novel AT ONE’S BEAST. They will be free September 19-21st so hurry and get yours today!
Also watch for the .99 Kindle sale on author Jeffrey Cook‘s DAWN OF STEAM: FIRST LIGHT from September 24-31st in celebration of the release of his new novel in the series, DAWN OF STEAM: GODS OF THE SUN. Get the reduced price 1st book to prepare for the 2nd, officially released at the party on September 27th!
Rachel Barnard, a young author in the Seattle area released her newest young adult novel, AT ONE’S BEAST. The novel comes on the heels of the re-release of her debut novel, ATAXIA AND THE RAVINE OF LOST DREAMS (published March 25th, 2014) which is also eligible as a Goodreads Giveaway here Until October 31st.
You are not required to review the book if you win a copy. However, Goodreads encourages you to do so, as it’s the reason the publishers gave Goodreads the books in the first place. People who review the books are also more likely to win more advance copies in the future.
Barnard began writing AT ONE’S BEAST last year during the Southern Cross Novel Challenge (SoCNoC – the Southern Hemisphere writing challenge mimicking the NaNoWriMo Challenge to write a 50k word novel in 30 days) in June. The next NaNoWriMo will happen this November, check out their website nanowrimo.org for more information.
AT ONE’S BEAST is about a village that creates a monster… Every girl and boy in the village of Frey fears the beast who lives in the forest. Ten years ago, the beast was formed from the town’s rage — and the evil that lurks inside all people in moments of weakness. Every year since, the townspeople have sacrificed one of their own to appease his anger. This year the sacrifice does not go as planned. A young man saves the chosen girl from fate. She is torn between doing her duty and untangling the identity of her savior and captor. The young man grew up with thoughts of revenge on the town that turned their backs on him, but when he is close to the girl, he is reminded of who he used to be. From once upon a time to happily ever after, the people of Frey will have to rally together to rid the town of evil once and for all, but in the process will they destroy everything that is good in their world?
“… a modern type of fairy tale that is hard to not finish in one sitting.” – D.R. Howey
“At times the book was dark to read, and yet I expect young people will sympathize with the difficulties that are perpetrated upon our main characters. By the end I had a difficult time putting the book down!” – Victoria Bastedo
“Rachel Barnard’s At One’s Beast is a compelling take on the original tale. The beast begins an innocent boy, infected with the scouring of other people’s hate. It’s a book that asks, what makes a person good or bad?” – Winney
To purchase At One’s Beast in print copy or for e-reader CLICK HERE