Wednesday, October 14, 2015

We Interrupt the Regularly Scheduled Post to Bring You a Special Announcement!

Today, I have a special treat! My friend and fellow author/blogger, Hilary Grossman, has just released her new book, Plan Bea. If you read her wonderful Dangled Carat, you already know what a terrific writer she is--so be sure you don't miss Plan Bea. It's great! I'm not biased or anything, but...


And if you haven't read Dangled Carat yet--if you haven't, why haven't you?--it's now on sale, so be sure you don't miss it! Also, Hilary is having a contest over on her blog, Feeling Beachie. I suck at Rafflecopter links, so I will give you a link to her blog, so you can enter the contest there (and meet her adorable cat Lucy)!




And for the Dangled Carat sale: http://www.amazon.com/Dangled-Carat-Hilary-Grossman-ebook/dp/B00M3AVGDA The sale ends Sunday.


Blurb:
How well do you really know the people in your life?  

Annabel O’Conner has the perfect husband, two adorable children, an amazing job, and the mother from hell! Annabel doesn’t like it but has come to terms with the fact that her relationship with her mother, Bea, deteriorated to the point of forced and strained communications. However, an unscheduled call from Bea turns her world around and makes Annabel question everything she believed about her life. 

Despite the fact secrets, lies, and misplaced blame have destroyed the women’s relationship; Annabel reluctantly agrees to help Bea plan her wedding. Little does Annabel know the impact of her decision. 

In this Women’s Contemporary Fiction novel, Hilary Grossman explores the complex relationship that exists between mothers and daughters in a light-hearted and relatable manner.

7 comments:

  1. I don't think we ever really know the people in our lives 100% Norma, the people in mine are always surprising me :)

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  2. Hilary is good people, as the expression goes!

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  3. They both sound great. CONGRATULATIONS to Hilary.

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  4. Great endorsement, Norma. And I had a cat named Lucy so am headed over.

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  5. Grace: I absolutely agree with you. I've lived under the same roof with my son all of his life, and he's still a mystery to me!

    William: She is, indeed!

    Eve: I think you would really enjoy her books!

    Kittie: Great minds obviously think alike!

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  6. oooooooooou so much fun !
    I am zooming over to see Lucy !

    cheers, parsnip

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