My new book, released in April, is Oh Gad!
It is set primarily in Antigua in the Caribbean where I live but follows the journey home of a young women who's lived most of her life in New York. Death. Family. Grief. Love. Politics. Betrayal. These are all part of her life changing return to Antigua.
One of my favourite comments about the book, so far, because my culture is so much a part of what I create, comes via the reader who posted on Amazon: "It pulled you in and refused to let you go. Even though the dialect wasn't something I was used to at the end of the book i felt that I could go to Antigua and carry on a conversation with the best of them."
Congratulations, Joanne! :)
My new novel C U @ 8 is now available on Kindle. It's about two middle-aged women who decide to try and find one of their daughters a husband. It asks the questions 'Do your children ever really leave home?' 'What is helping and what is interfering?'
Congratulations, Cindy! I love the cover, too! :)
Thanks Regina! I am so excited, just got a great review for my novel Defective on Reader's Favorite's website! http://readersfavorite.com/review/6214 Definitely made my day, no make that my week.
Yay! Cindy! Go Go go!
My novel Crossing the Bridge of Sighs has just come out as an e-book. When recently separated travel writer Claire discovers that her best friend has run a personal ad without her permission, kismet evaporates and a comedy of errors ensues, magnified by advice from the unbidden spirits Byron, Tintoretto, and other artistic and literary shades that continue to linger in Venice. For Claire, love remains as precarious as life in this watery city.
I meant to add that I was unsure how to include the cover in the appropriate size. It can be viewed at susanashleymichael.com
A delicious read. The funny, fast-paced, yet deeply rendered story of Liz Hayden who, at the height of her game, suffers an immeasurable loss while her world spins out of control. A painfully honest and revealing story of an independent woman who finds her way by renewing bonds that make family out of people who are not related. "Husbands Come and Go..." will give men an insightful glimpse into the women in their lives and will delight women with a cast of characters that we recognize and grow to love.
-- Susan Keller
A serial killer is on the loose in Westwood.
Is it someone close to Ann?
With all the "mixed messages" she's been getting, she can't be sure it's not.