Divorced civil engineer Hannah McPherson is making a new life for herself in a small Illinois town where she has been appointed as village engineer. She manages to stay aloof from local politics until a sinister cabal begins to meddle in the decision to bring a controversial entertainment complex to the village. As dissension mounts, murder and mayhem stalk the little town with Hannah at the center of it all. She must use her unique knowledge and skills to thwart a conspiracy that imperils not only her own life but everything and everyone she holds dear.
Just a reminder that EPIC, www.epicorg.com , is sponsoring it's annual E-book contest and Entries are due right now. If you had a book published in e-book format between June 1, 2012 and May 30, 2012, it is eligible to enter. The entry period is June 1 through July 15.
They also have the Ariana Cover Award competition going on. Original art work for eBooks published between June 1 and May 31 are eligible. Entry period is the same.
Print Books that went to press, or back to press, this week:
EXTREME INFLUENCE: Fox River Valley Series, Book 4, by Ann Nolder Heinz
A collection of short stories that addresses the
times of a woman's life.
Galleys that went out, or went out again, this week:
WIFE LOST AND FOUND, by Ludima Burton
Work began or continued on the following this week:
THE TIGER'S CUB: Sequel to Night of the Tiger, by Debi Emmons
LIVING THE CALL, by Barbara Garro
SOLID OIL, by Russell Hunter
SEER, TYRO, FIEND, by Kathryn Flatt
Sorry to be a day late with this, but have been busy, busy, busy....