How Can You Argue With a Review From a Horse Person?

Today’s review comes from the On Writing and Riding blog. We all know horse folks are good folks, so how can we go wrong with a review from one of them.

“I enjoyed Enslavement and look forward to the next book. The editing and formatting were topnotch. The book started with a bang and the author did an excellent job building an unfortunately possible-sounding world. It was easy to make an emotional connection to the main character, Rielle, as she is torn from her family and essentially sold as a slave…” -Marlene Moss, On Writing and Riding

Click here for the full review:

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Also, stop over at The Book Nut blog for a chapter one excerpt.

Today Free, Tomorrow a Slave

I’m hitting two blogs today and they’re all about excerpts. Take a look to get an idea of my writing style and the trajectory of the novel.

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Chapter one excerpt–how it all begins: Home is Where the Wine Is Book Blog

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Chapter two excerpt–First morning as a slave: Addicted Readers Blog

Enslavement. An Excerpt: Life as a Slave

Chapter-by-Chapter-blog-tour-buttonToday’s blog stop features an excerpt from Chapter 10 of Enslavement. Rielle has been a slave for months. This scene gives a peek at her new normal and hints at changes to come. Head over to Chapter by Chapter and take a look!

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