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Henry and Gracie Sale

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You can still get your copy of Henry and Gracie for #99cents  Amazon US Amazon UK  Amazon Canada Amazon Australia  sale 1.24 Aus $

Review, The Sky Throne Chris Ledbetter

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When the family of young Zeus is attacked by Hyperion, Zeus's mother is knocked unconscious and his best friend is left for dead. Stacking epic insult upon fatal injury, Zeus discovers the woman who raised him is not his biological mother. But to ensure her safety while she recovers, a heavyhearted Zeus leaves her behind to seek answers at Mount Olympus Preparatory Academia. Zeus embarks on a quest to discover who ordered the attack on his home, avenge the death of his friend, and find his birth mother. When some of his new schoolmates vanish, Zeus's quest is turned upside down, and the only way to make things right is to access the power of the Sky Throne, confront a most dangerous enemy, and take his life back. On his way to becoming king of the Greek gods, Zeus will learn to seize power, neutralize his enemies, and fall in love.

****/***** Chris Ledbetter, author of Drawn and Inked, Caenus and the Quiver of Artemis, is one of those authors that are in the insta-buy category. …

Writing Wednesday: Henry and Gracie and London

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When I started writing 'Henry and Gracie' back in 2014, there was no doubt in my mind that I wanted London to feature throughout the book. After all Henry and Gracie both live and work in the City.

If you're familiar with my Chronicles of the Interred series, you'll probably know that London and I have been in a relationship for a long time. Not only did I get to live there for almost an entire decade, but even back when I was ten, I was planning an escape route that would lead me there. So it's not really surprising, or maybe it isn't now, that I dedicated 'Henry and Gracie' to the city that gave me so much.

So if you would like to explore some of those places in 'Henry and Gracie', you can visit the book's board on Pinterest: Here.





Writing Wednesday: Henry and Gracie Playlist

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Just a reminder, Henry and Gracie will be on sale until August 31st. :)  And if you would like to have a listen, this is Henry and Gracie's playlist. :)

Available Today! Henry and Gracie

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Blurb:
Turning the big 3-0 isn’t easy. It’s even more difficult when well-meaning friends decide you need to stop being single and find your Prince Charming. Add in a series of never-ending bad blind dates and this is all too familiar territory for Gracie Marquez.
What Gracie’s friends don’t know is that she’s been in a nine year “friends with benefits” relationship with her best friend, the dashing Henry Huntingdon the Third. The pressure of turning another year older has Gracie questioning the nature of their relationship. Emotions run high and jealousy threatens to tear them apart. Has Gracie’s Prince Charming been in front of her eyes or has Henry been keeping her from finding true love?

Excerpt:

Henry pulls away to lead me down the street toward Covent Garden. “So, Leticia strikes again?” he asks, referring to my date before a short pause. I nod. “Who was it this time?”
“A guy from the city,” I answer, hoping he’s leaving it at that, though, knowing Henry, he’s going to scratch at thi…

Teaser Tuesday, Henry and Gracie's first chapter

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Chapter OneNine years agoI’ve never gone on a blind date. Actually, I’ve always been that girl who laughs at people who talk about blind dates as if this was the most amazing way to meet people. However, there is always a first time. In an effort to keep my nerves under control, I reach for the champagne flute that Franky poured for me, but is still untouched. He clicks his tongue. Obediently, I let my hands clasp together over my lap after returning the glass to the vanity and sigh, defeated. “So, who is this guy you invited to sweep me off my feet?” I ask, mildly curious. The truth is that I’m in no shape to start dating again. Not after what happened with Jared. “I’ve told you twice, Gracie,” his answer carries some exasperation, which in turn makes me apologize with a lame ‘sorry’. Kirk Belen’s classic Mercy is playing downstairs as our friend Marc is welcoming guests to my twenty-first. In the meantime, I’m trying to sit as patiently as I can, and wait for Franky to finish applyin…