It’s my book launch day, and, in spite of my worries, both my e-book and my paperback are LIVE on Amazon!
(Of course, since everything can never be perfect, the online description on the paperback page came out as a big block-o-text, but I guess that gives me something to keep working on :))
If you’re interested in checking it out…
And here is the description:
All that Sergeant James Milburn wants is to heal. Sent to finish his convalescence in a lonely village in the north of England, the friends he’s lost haunt his dreams. If he can only be declared fit for active service again, perhaps he can rejoin his surviving mates in the fight across Sicily and either protect them or die alongside them.
All that Evie Worther wants is purpose. War has reduced her family to an elderly matriarch and Charles, her controlling cousin, both determined to keep her safely tucked away in their family home. If she can somehow balance her sense of obligation to family with her desperate need to be of use, perhaps she can discover how she fits into her tumultuous world.
All that Charles Heatherington wants is his due. Since his brother’s death, he is positioned to be the family’s heir with only one step left to make his future secure. If only he can keep the family matriarch happy, he can finally start living the easy life he is certain he deserves.
However, when James’s, Evie’s and Charles’s paths collide, a dark secret of the past is forced into the light, and everything that they have hoped and striven for is thrown into doubt.
Weaving in historical detail from World War II in Britain, Italy and Egypt, Whom Shall I Fear? follows their individual struggles with guilt and faith, love and family, and forces them to ask if the greatest threat they face is really from the enemy abroad.
Many thanks to all of the folks who’ve visited during the last week’s special posts in preparation for today, and to all of the writers and readers who’ve shared their stories, their insights, and their kind words during this whole process.
As part of my book launch “funtivities,” I hosted a giveaway.
I did the official drawing yesterday with the help of my completely unbiased 4-year-old (who couldn’t read the names she drew, even if they hadn’t been folded up. It’s tamper-proof ;))
The winners are:
Prize Pack #1: Michele Farley
Prize Pack #2: G P Cox
Prize Pack #3: Stevie Luplow
(Winners, I’ll contact you OR you can contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org so that I can get your prizes to you asap.)
Again, many thanks to all of the participants and all of my visitors! I’m looking forward to resuming regular blog posts next week.
For today, well, my kids have had a rather distracted book-launching mom for the last week, so today’s their day. We’re off on a strawberry picking adventure! 🙂
Thanks for visiting