We Interrupt This Date has a brand new cover, a brand new 5 star review, and today is ranked number 40 in humor on Amazon Kindle. This book made respected reviewer Red Adept's top indie books of 2010 list.
I grew up in a small town on Florida's Gulf Coast and decided to use that area as the setting for my horse mysteries. However, I did change the name of the town and make it fiction, since I also took a few liberties with the local landscape. I now live in North Carolina and I'm planning a new book set in the tarheel state, though the second in the Leigh McRae story still has the same setting of a small Florida Gulf Coast town. In addition to being a writer, I'm an avid reader. Mysteries are my favorite genre, though that doesn't stop me from reading everything else.
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Review of Jobless Recovery, Second Edition (now on sale at Amazon's Kindle store for only .99! )
"Jobless Recovery" What could be a "gloom and doom" story, Evan's ready wit turns into a fast-paced and often hilarious account of people trying to cope by whatever means they can -- and hopefully staying on the right side of the law.
To Evan's credit, she does not end the book with a miraculous job offer for Dave or with the government suddenly paying attention and vowing to end discriminatory practices. Instead, Dave finds a practical solution by facing reality and teaming up with his fellow-unemployed.
While the subject matter is serious, Evan's witty observations and humorous jabs at society's ills make the story a fun read even as she examines one of the bitterest pills our country's workers have had to swallow. Sandra M. Bruney
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