Saving Grace contained far more suspense than I thought it would. You enter the world of a young lady that is on the run. We don’t know what exactly she is running from at first. What we realize early on is, that whatever it is, she is completely on edge and running on her last nerve. She is jumpy and suspicious of nearly every one and every thing in the town she has chosen as her getaway spot. The town of Madison Falls is about as far from the sophisticated life of New York city as one can imagine. Grace discovers that it is both not far enough and just far enough. Author Lesley Ann McDaniel has crafted a fine suspense novel with enough just enough romance to keep the reader off balance. Who can Grace trust with her secrets, with her life and the failed plumbing? Pick up a copy and find out for your self.
K.M. Weiland has, for years, provided sound advice on writing in her very popular blog, Wordplay http://www.helpingwritersbecomeauthor…. She has the rare ability to de-mystify topics that baffle so many writers. She takes concepts that seem thoroughly confusing, wrestles them down to the ground and makes them give up their secrets. She uses explanations and examples that are like turning a light on in a dark room. Her writing style is comfortable and easy to follow. It’s like having her over for coffee and having that long, detailed discussion about writing with someone that really knows their stuff. I heartily recommend this book as a must have for all writers that want to become authors. This will take an honored place in your craft library and you will return to it time and again for reference
I have been asked to participate as part of a launch team for my friend Lesley Ann McDaniel. I recently read her new book “Lights, Cowboy, Action” http://ow.ly/lIzHp and was very impressed. I posted a review on both Goodreads and Amazon. She must have liked my review.
She has another new book out now called Saving Grace (Madison Falls) http://www.amazon.com.
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