Saturday, 3 September 2011

A Post of Shameless Self Promotion

Once upon a time I published a novel.

I love to write.  It's something I've always done, for as long as I can remember.  But I had a hard time letting other people read what I wrote.  This made it challenging when I decided I wanted to publish my book.  If it was in an actual, physical form, people would be able to read it.  People I knew.  People I didn't know.  People who would be mean to my poor little book.  It was safer just to keep it locked away on my hard drive.

But finally I did it.  I let someone read my manuscript.  And it wasn't the horrible experience I'd been dreading.

The result was this:

It's a real book.  I mean, you can actually BUY it.  And here's where you can buy it:

And a bunch of other sites have it too. 

Here's what it's about:

"At twenty-two years old, Kerri Shepherd was on the verge of success. Her first novel had been published and she was preparing for a successful career as an author. All her dreams seemed to be coming true.

But three years later, she still hasn't written a word.

After the death of her father (a father who had abandoned the family seventeen years earlier), Kerri finds herself moving away from Toronto to the small Georgian Bay town of New Ferndale.

Will the change of scenery help her overcome her writer's block? Or will she be too distracted by the men in her life; Denny (her first love), Carter (the small-town lawyer), and Duncan (her new neighbor)?

And can she keep her sanity once her newly-divorced sister moves in with her?

Family secrets are revealed and old wounds are exposed as Kerri realizes that love and happiness may not be the lies she always thought they were."

If you've already read this book, I have written two others (assuming you've read my first book and actually want to read something else I've written).  They can be found at...

Oh wait.  They haven't been published yet.  But soon, I hope.

Anyway, eventually I'll put up a post about the new books (titles, plots, maybe even a chapter or two).  Until then, you'll have to be satisfied with reading this blog and re-reading my first book.

UPDATE: I have just been informed (by Girlfriend) that I did not put a link to anything fun on this post.  I apologize for this.  Here is something fun:

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