Hi everyone. I hope your 2013 is going well. I'm mid-stride doing some grassroots marketing for titles below. The fictional titles below focus on women and women’s issues, in one form or another:

 

 

 

 

  • BabyDaddy: The Samantha Jones Story:  Abuse, single parenting, and finding bootstraps on the journey to self are explored in this disturbing tale about a young woman (“most likely to succeed”) coming of age in New York City. Samantha’s mama used to say, “Gettin’ hooked up with the wrong man can ruin your life.” Samantha had no idea how right her mother was -- until it was too late.  http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/babydaddy-amber-creek/1110803560?ea...

 

  • Gambling in Paradise:  The story of a 39-year-old divorcee’s move to a tropical island after leaving an abusive husband. Her only child is heading off to the military, and she’s finally in a position to live the life dreams are made of … but living in The Tropics brings her face-to-face with a past that takes her down an unexpected path.  http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/gambling-in-paradise-amber-creek/11...

 

  • Sarah’s Journey: Sarah was a supportive wife, loving mother and perfect host. She stood behind her husband as he grew his law practice from a small firm to the pinnacle of success. Her dreams, her very identity, centered on her family -- and she loved every second of life as Ms. Sarah Owens. Their son was in college, two steps from law school, and she and John could finally look forward to each other. They could spend more time together; even travel a bit. For years he’d planned to cut back and spend more time at home once he brought on more partners. But after almost twenty one years of marriage, her husband announced he’d fallen in love with another woman. Losing her San Bernardino estate home in the divorce settlement, Sarah travels cross country to a small Georgia mountain town to settle in what was once “their” vacation home. She’s suddenly alone, angry and afraid; but she must somehow gather the pieces of self and start all over again -- in life, career, and maybe in love.  http://www.amazon.com/Sarahs-Journey-ebook/dp/B007DK92PY

 

Enjoy the books, and have a super year! You deserve it. :)

 

Sincerely,

Cassandra Black (a/k/a Amber Creek)

Stone Cottage Books

http://www.stonecottagebooks.com

Follow me on Twitter -- @stonecottagebks

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