Audiobook fans can officially get the Northanger Parks audiobook from Amazon, Audible, and Apple.
This book has a new narrator!
Narrator Marie Caron lives and works in Alberta, Canada. She has two grown children and recently re-married. She lives with her husband, dog, cat and bird in a little house on the shores of an inland marina. in her spare time, Marie likes cycling, crocheting, reading, and, of course, listening to audiobooks.
Northanger Parks is officially available in all formats. The easiest place to get your copy is from Amazon.com as it has all three formats. The audiobook came out last week and this is the perfect time to debut the links to every edition! The ebook, exclusive to Amazon, is included in Kindle Unlimited.
Short story anthology from the New England Horror Writers
Last year my story “Does This Bring You Joy?” was accepted and published in this amazing horror anthology. Featuring stories by women in the New England Horror Writers group, this anthology showcases some amazing stories from budding authors and well known ones. I’ve read and heard (during reading events) many of the stories but mine remains my favorite.
You can get your copy on Amazon now. Hopefully, when we hold live events again, I will be available to sign autographs on my story. Here are the links and they will be added to the list of my horror books.
Even when the book ends, the stories aren’t over! Join author Sara Marks for a Little More Woodhouse Hall. Learn about the war between Amelia and Adam for the men’s bathrooms in Woodhouse Hall. See how Jenna and Phi Alpha Pi’s Lydia meet and become friends. Find out how Sally meets Emma from Modern Persuasion. You even get to read the story that led up to the beginning of the book, excerpts originally removed from the main book, and a preview of Jenna’s continued journey in Purim Fling, the first book in Sara’s Yom Tov series! Like the previous volume, this book of six bonus stories is for the readers who just want a little more time with the characters of Woodhouse Hall.
Falling in love with the one man she dislikes was never in Nora life plan, now she has to earn his forgiveness before its too late.
Nora and Noah have always been enemies. Even as children they hated playing together. Now as adults, they’re learning that liking each other isn’t necessary for great sex. That is until Rosh Hashanah dinner, when Nora does something Noah can’t seem to forgive. Normally she wouldn’t care, but something’s different this time. She cares about Noah more than she realized. She might even be in love with him.
Nora needs to reconcile her hurtful behavior with her changing feelings. Over the week between the new year celebration and the day of redemption, Yom Kippur, she will ask for and hopefully earn forgiveness from Noah and even from herself.