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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Black Tuesday

Wal-Mart is opening at 6:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving. Seriously? That barely gives you enough time to belch after dinner. Remind me again why I'd want to be resuscitated from my food coma just to go buy a violent video game or a bajillion-inch flat-screen TV?

Have I got a better deal for you...

Skip the Black Friday scene and really go shopping early, like, oh, let's say... TODAY! Scoop up your copy of A HEART DECEIVED and buy a few as Christmas gifts for the readers in your life over at CBD (Christian Book Distributors).

Today only
For a mere $0.79
you can purchase a gift and feed a starving author. 
Win, win!

Yes, indeedy. I am as shameless as 
Wal-Mart.

To whet your appetite for this delicious read, here's a zero-calorie blurb...

Miri Brayden teeters on a razor's edge between placating and enraging her brother, whom she depends upon for support. Yet if his anger is unleashed, so is his madness. Miri must keep his descent into lunacy a secret, or he'll be committed to an asylum-and she'll be sent to the poorhouse. 

Ethan Goodwin has been on the run all of his life-from family, from the law ... from God. After a heart-changing encounter with the gritty Reverend John Newton, Ethan would like nothing more than to become a man of integrity-an impossible feat for an opium addict charged with murder. When Ethan shows up on Miri's doorstep, her balancing act falls to pieces. 

Both Ethan and Miri are caught in a web of lies and deceit-fallacies that land Ethan in prison and Miri in the asylum with her brother. Only the truth will set them free.

A HEART DECEIVED is a gothic regency of intrigue and hope.

2 comments:

Cecelia Dowdy said...

So, I guess Black Friday is now Black Thursday! I wonder if they'll keep opening earlier and earlier - so early that people will be shopping early AM Thanksgiving day, instead of cooking their Thanksgiving meal!

Michelle Griep said...

Yeah, there's something just not right about that, eh?