books, writing

The story behind the new book

This suspension bridge — the oldest of such in the world — is in the opening scene of my new book, “Suspended Aggravation.” It will release one chapter at a time beginning Feb. 2. Watch for links on this site for a free weekly read.

Hey, blog friends! In preparation for my new book’s Feb. 2 launch, Weelunk magazine posted a story-behind-the-story this weekend.

Linking through to this post (and to weekly chapter posts for this serialized book release) not only supports my work (at no cost to readers), it also shows there is a market for clean reads and faith fiction.

Thanks to all who link!! πŸ™‚

20 thoughts on “The story behind the new book”

      1. My first three books are a trilogy of fiction,* originally written for teens and young adults, but from the feedback I’ve received, they’ve been read and enjoyed by older folks as well. (I was told by one that it brought back memories of his college days. πŸ˜‰ )

        *”AWAKENING” (“Counselor,” “Vision,” and “Sparrows”) by Ann Aschauer

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      2. That’s so cool! There’s a lot of really good writing in the YA arena now. I’ve read some of the stuff my daughters bring home and really like it. I’ll have to check your books out. πŸ™‚

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    1. The first chapter is live today — and the whole book will be a free read! You can link to it through my JOY Journal blog post for today, my home page or directly through the e-magazine that is sponsoring it at πŸ™‚


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