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Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Read this book!

For those of you who may not have heard, my friend-from-high-school Alison Strobel Morrow (Al, I'm not sure that's really your name but it gets the point across) has written (and published!) two books. She's currently in the process of promoting her second book, Violette Between.

Buy it here: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1578567947

Read the first chapter of the book online!
http://www.americanfamilysuperstore.net/e/firstchapter.asp?mode=view&index=470

You can also read Alison's blog here. (http://blog.alisonstrobel.com)

Here's a quick synopsis:

Violette is the quintessential artist: passionate, emotional and full of life. After suffering a great loss, she finds herself enamored with a new relationship and asking if it is truly time to move on. Christian lost his wife years ago and understands Violette's pain firsthand. He offers her a chance to love once more, and hopes to build a future with the spirited artist. But just as Violette and Christian begin to feel something unexpected, tragedy strikes again. Violette retreats into her past -- and she finds that she may not want to come back. This is a captivating novel that asks what is more precious: the memories of one who is gone... or the memories waiting to be made with someone new?

Al, I want to apologize for the uncreative post -- I got to work an hour late and have been in spaz-attack mode ever since. I am so proud of you and your writing. This is an awesome accomplishment!!

2 comments:

Alison Strobel Morrow said...

Hey, there are no extra points for creativity for this tour, so no worries! Thanks so much for posting and getting so many other people to post! Let the other girls know I'd love to come visit their blogs--are they all linked to yours?

-Alison
blog.alisonstrobel.com

Anonymous said...

Megs,
So excited about the book we are all readers here and the church even has a bookstore........amazing huh!So we will be checking it out as the options for good reading for Christians can be limited! Aunt Denise