Highlighting Other Authors

Hey everyone, it’s been a while since I have written on this blog. I have been doing a lot over on Goodreads and Facebook, promoting my newest novel, Phoenix, a Young Adult novel. While I’m on the subject, here is a little plug for that book.

Synopsis: Penny Ashmore is a not-so-normal seventeen-year-old, who just wants to finish high school, go off to college, and fall in love. However, that plan goes out the window when her dad takes a job as the caretaker of a magical estate.
After moving to Westridge, a town owned by a dragon and run by the fairy queen, Penny meets Dorian and Sebastian, who happen to be cousins. Both of them fall for her, but she only has eyes for one.
However, when Penny’s own physical state begins to change, secrets come out about her past. She is informed by the fairy queen that she is actually a Dragon Princess and was created for one purpose: to stop evil creatures called the Heartless, and their puppet, the Destroyer.
Penny wrestles to keep her own identity, but in the end, she knows that it’s no use fighting the inevitable. She will take her place as the Dragon Princess and lead the battle against the Heartless and the Destroyer, hoping she will be able to save the creatures of Westridge, and the boy she has come to love.

Here is the link to it on Amazon. http://www.amazon.com/Phoenix-Karen-Gammons-ebook/dp/B00SSFWH3C/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1427395450&sr=8-1&keywords=phoenix+gammons

But my daughter reminded me that there are people who read this blog, that don’t visit Goodreads or Facebook.

What I have been doing on Facebook and Goodreads, besides reviewing lots of books, is highlighting other authors. Each day of the week has a theme: Blogger Bites Sunday, Scifi Monday, Dystopian Tuesday, Whatever Wednesday, Thriller Thursday, Fantasy Friday, and Christian Fiction Saturday.

Today was “Thriller Thursday” and I have a new author for you to check out. Kathryn Pincus has written a book called, Long Hill Home.

Synopsis: Kelly Malloy is a wife, a mother and a successful lawyer whose world is shattered when she is brutally attacked while running along the banks of the Brandywine River. Chad McCloskey, a lonely teenage boy from a dysfunctional home, stumbles upon Kelly Malloy’s unconscious body immediately after the assault, and he is falsely accused of the crime after he tries to help her. Maria Hernandez, a young woman who emigrated illegally from Mexico, is reluctantly thrust into the role of witness to the crime, putting her in jeopardy of deportation only weeks before she is to give birth to her child.

Kelly, Chad and Maria all suffer tremendous adversity in the wake of the crime, and they ultimately discover that their lives and their fate are inextricably and permanently connected. Long Hill Home is a story of crime, mystery and the legal process—but it is also a story about the human condition, and how, regardless of vast differences in background or circumstances, all people strive for the same things—love, security and a fulfilling life. You can check out Kathryn’s book on Amazon. Also, head over to her page and give it a Like, so that you can keep up with what she may be writing in the future.

Sounds very intriguing, doesn’t it?

You can check out Kathryn’s book on Amazon. Also, head over to her page and give it a Like, so that you can keep up with what she may be writing in the future.https://www.facebook.com/kathrynpincusauthor?fref=ts

If you write thrillers or mysteries or any of the above mentioned “themes” and you are interested in being highlighted on my Fb page, then give me a shout. You can leave a message here, or on my Fb page.https://www.facebook.com/pages/Karen-…

I hope everyone it having a great day. Blessings.


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