Spin the Plate
Spin the Plate: a Novel now available from Amazon promotion as a FREE kindle. Fully expanded and revised into a novel length book. Free from iTunes, Free Barnes and Noble Nook ebook, Free on Smashwords.
All books, Short Stories, and Essays are available from Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Many are free at Smashwords & iTunes.
“Spin the Plate is a fast-paced, edgy, darkly comic tale of resilience, romance, and redemption that breaks over you in waves. All you can do is gasp, stay afloat, and enjoy the ride.”
– Holly Robinson, author of The Wishing Hill and Sleeping Tigers
View my Spin the Plate Spring book tour stops Feb-March 2013 -
February 18: Excerpt at A Cup of Coffee and a Good Book
February 19: Author interview and excerpt on Freda’s Voice
February 20: Andrea Coventry review on Uplifting Reads
February 21: Excerpt on Jess Resides Here
February 22: Review at Fire & Ice
February 25: Interview at Reviews and Opinions
February 26: Excerpt at Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks
February 27: Review by Jesse Kimmel-Freeman
February 28: Review by Lindsey Russell
March 1: Excerpt at Dellani’s Choice Book Reviews
March 18: Review at Caught Between the Pages
March 19: Andrea Coventry review on Uplifting Reads
March 20: Excerpt on Mary Beth Magee
March 21: Author interview on Dellani’s Choice Book Reviews
March 22: Excerpt at Fire & Ice
March 25: Review by Mary Beth Magee
March 26: Review by Kathleen Kelly
March 28: Andrea Coventry review on Uplifting Reads
March 29: Review and guest post with Sheila Deeth
About the Book: This is not the usual bodice-ripper romance where an unnaturally gorgeous heroine meets a buff, alpha-male for hot nasty sex.
Not even close.
Jo is a survivor of a bleak and abusive childhood. She channels her pain and rage into weight training and roams the city streets at night as a powerful vigilante. While she is more than capable of defending herself against physical danger, she is defenseless against the memories of the past that torment her.
Francis is a mysterious man she meets on the subway train. He doesn’t have a regular job and is still living at home. But he is gentle, likeable, friendly, intelligent, sensitive, respectful, generous, patient, and understanding. Just what a brave, but damaged soul like Jo needs.
In this story, the average-guy hero battles to win the battered heart of the wary, edgy, less-than-perfect heroine.
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