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Whit’s End is Up and Running

wecover9titleI finally did it. I published my novel, Whit’s End.

NOTE: The special offers in this post have expired, but please do check out these books and see if they are something you’d like to read.

I’m also offering my short story memoir anthology, Home Avenue, homeavecover3for free on Ebook. This anthology is a quick and uplifting read with four short stories. You can read about them on my memoir page. Amazon only allows this offer for a limited time, so it’s available Monday through Friday of Thanksgiving week.

I gotta say, I’m a little nervous about the novel going live . . . more so than when I did Kindle Scout. Or, maybe I’m just nervous in a different way?

All I know is, I had a difficult time formatting the novel for both EBook and print. I hope I got everything right.

Please don’t miss these specials. I’d love for you to check them out. I’m looking forward to hearing what people think of the decisions Ava and Meg Whitaker make with their very complicated lives in Whit’s End. If you’d like to read a couple of excerpts, here is one about Ava, and here is one about Meg.

If you do get a chance to read both or either of these books, please leave a review. Those are so important (I don’t have to tell you authors).

Thank you for sticking with me. I hope you enjoy my stories. Links are below (and throughout this post).

Link to Whit’s End.

Link to Home Avenue.

Also, my memoir anthology is being featured on Lorna’s blog. She’ll crack you up with her interview of me. Check it out, HERE.


19 thoughts on “Whit’s End is Up and Running”

    1. Thank you so much, Andrea. I know sometimes it takes a while to get to finishing books. I have a stack waiting for me in my Kindle right now. Reading Eating Bull at present. Whenever you finish, reviews are always helpful. Hope you enjoy them.

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    1. Thank you, Anneli. As you might know from reading my blog for so long, I like to write about deeper meanings. Hopefully, people will take away some from the novel.

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    1. Thank you, Carrie. It’s not a suspense/thriller like yours, which I’m reading right now, btw (great writing), but it does have an emotional roller coaster. Hope you enjoy it.


    1. Thank you, Anneli. Hope you enjoy it. If you haven’t read it already, you can download my memoir anthology for free. It’s a quick read. Probably only take you an afternoon to read. I’d love a review when you’ve finished.

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