It’s such fun to invite friends over for a cup of tea and some fresh-baked cookies so we can chat & catch up on all the news, but today I’m just so excited that you could come! I’m just dying to introduce you to my new friend, Jodi Thomas. Did you know she’s a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author? Well, let me tell you, this girl must do nothing but write…even in her sleep! She has written 36 novels and 11 short story collections. Can you believe it? Anyway, let me hush and give her a chance to tell you what she’s got coming up this year for all of her avid reader fans.
Hi Everyone…thanks for having me over today for a little chat.
With the start of 2013 comes what I think may be my best book yet. Once in a while I find a story where the characters take off and write the book. With a young lawyer who thinks someone is trying to kill him and another couple building love from a childhood friendship, CHANCE OF A LIFETIME isn’t going to let you put it down.
In this visit to Harmony, you’ll see people from the town that you’ve met in other books, but the plot begins with a quiet librarian, Emily and her former childhood friend, Tannon Parker. While he’s grown cold and hard over the years, she’s become afraid of the world. He comes to the library every Friday night because he knows she’s afraid of the dark and though they barely speak as he walks her out, he thinks his heart only beats when she’s near. For Tannon and Emily this may be their last CHANCE OF A LIFETIME.
With Emily forming a writing club to draw people into the library and a kid named Beau Yates about to hit it big as a singer, you’ll feel like you’ve lived in Harmony forever and love all the folks.
So, come along with me to Harmony.
Now I know all you readers out there can’t resist trying to win the free book, BUT just in case you don’t win…or if you just want to check out all her other wonderful books, click on the link to Amazon.
In June 2011, WELCOME TO HARMONY, the first book in the Harmony series, won a RITA, the highest award for women’s fiction. Jodi currently serves as the Writer in Residence at West Texas A&M University in Canyon, Texas.
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