You made it!
Another week behind you and THAT much closer to...Thanksgiving...and Christmas.
Egads! I know, I know. The holiday season can be rather daunting what with work, family, reading, bloging, shopping, cooking, shall I go on? Wouldn't it be great if someone could, oh I don't know, say lighten the load a bit this holiday season? You know, maybe help you take care of a present for that reader in your life that loves nothing more than another jaunt through the pages. Wouldn't that be just smashing? Well then, you're about to be VERY excited. ^-^
Thanks to the fab folks over at FSB Associates (Hi, Leyane!), I have the privilege of extending that very opportunity to all of you. Now just hold your holiday loving horses a moment. I've got to introduce things first! You might remember a few months back, I journeyed through the pages of a new release by author Jan Ellison. Here's a little snapshot of the title and author...
About the book...
At nineteen, Annie Black trades a bleak future in her washed-out hometown for a London winter of drinking to oblivion and yearning for deliverance. Some two decades later, she is married to a good man and settled in San Francisco, with a son and two daughters and a successful career designing artistic interior lights. One June morning, a photograph arrives in her mailbox, igniting an old longing and setting off a chain of events that rock the foundations of her marriage and threaten to overturn her family's hard-won happiness.
The novel moves back and forth across time between San Francisco in the present and that distant winter in Europe. The two worlds converge and explode when the adult Annie returns to London seeking answers, her indiscretions come to light, and the phone rings with shocking news about her son. Now Annie must fight to save her family by piecing together the mystery of her past -- the fateful collision of liberation and abandon and sexual desire that drew an invisible map of her future.
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About the author...
Jan Ellison is a graduate of Stanford University and San Francisco State University's MFA Program. She has published award-winning short fiction, and was the recipient of a 2007 O. Henry Prize for her first story to appear in print. Her work has also been shortlisted for The Best American Short Stories and the Pushcart Prize. She lives in Northern California with her husband and their four children. A Small Indiscretion is her first book.
I shared my experience once upon a time, and invited you to do the same...to revisit my thoughts, simply CLICK HERE.
Now, reading about another's experience can be charming, but nothing is as exhilarating as reading through those pages yourself. So, my fair readers, now it's your turn. Enter the Rafflecopter below for your chance to win a SIGNED COPY of this very title for your own shelves or to give to another this holiday season. The choice is yours...
Open to US residents only; no P.O. boxes please. Entries will be accepted through November 28th, 2015, midnight CST. Winner will be contacted and have 48 hours to respond with their full name and mailing information to be passed on to the publicist for prize send out. SFIR is not responsible for lost or prizes not received.
Until next time...GOOD LUCK...and happy reading!