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Kindle Giveaway for Newsletter Subscribers

After my last release, I was flooded with e-mail from subscribers who don’t have ereaders. (All my titles are in paperback, so no worries for me). But many of you mentioned a Kindle was on your wish list. So I’m here to make someone’s wish come true.  Sitting here on my desk, I have a Kindle for one lucky subscriber.  All you have to do is:

  • Subscribe to my Newsletter. Here’s the link. Easy peasy. I only send out new release announcements, the occasional raffles, and sometimes a heads up about books I’ve read and enjoyed.
  • Enter the Rafflecopter giveaway below.

I’m closing this on June 20, 2014. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Good luck!

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If you’re not yet a subscriber, here’s what was in today’s newsletter:

A Big Thank You!

This is a reader appreciation e-mail.

In March, I asked for help with my next book, Don’t Judge Me, and I got far more responses than I’d anticipated. Dozens of you offered to read and give feedback on my next release.

Thank you Jill W., Jesena D., Roxana H., Beth C., Kathi B., and Julie H., who weren’t afraid to give me the good, the bad and the ugly. I took every single suggestion to heart, and the book is with my editor now.  It’ll be released in paperback in August, and in eBook on September 15, 2014.


Also happy to announce the Casey Cort series starting with Qualified Immunity and Under Color of Law. These stories which marry women’s fiction with legal thrillers will be released late this year and early next year. I’m thrilled to have the covers to share with you.
Sheila Harrison Grant is the first African American woman ever nominated to the federal bench in Cleveland. But when her thirteen-year-old daughter Olivia shares a family secret with a well-meaning guidance counselor, she sets the wheels in motion to feed a partisan senate’s opposition, threatening her mother’s position…and both of their lives.
 
Once an ambitious young law student with promise, Casey Cort made the mistake of crossing a classmate from a prominent and influential family. Now she works as an unfulfilled, faceless cog in a broken legal system.When fate gives Casey a second chance, she has to set aside her lack of faith in justice and find the strength to fight for those with nowhere else to turn.

Losing the most high profile case of her career ironically made Casey Cort a winner. Well-heeled clients now knock on her door, and Tom Brody, her rich ex-boyfriend, wants her back. But entry into the upper echelon comes at a price.
 
The newest assistant United States attorney, Miles Siegel, has set his sights on nailing a public figure he believes to be corrupt: Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court Judge Eamon Brody. But Brody’s brothers, one the presiding judge of the county, the other the state attorney general, aren’t about to let that happen.
 
When Casey gets retained by single mom Claire Henshaw, to wrest custody from her son’s irresponsible father, she handles her first case before the controversial judge . . . and learns something that will force her to make the hardest decision of her life.
 

 

I’d also like to give you the heads up on two great short reads I’ve come across lately. The first is Cora Lee by Louella Nelson. It’s a nearly perfect bite of southern literary fiction. The other is The Story Guy. Mary Ann Rivers writes sexy, angsty, and compelling stories. Scroll down for covers and more info.

Happy St. Stephen’s Day!

Happy St. Stephen’s Day. Nothing more needs to be said after you watch the video below.

On to the Somlói Revolution!