Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Powells said YES !!!!!

I got the phonecall this morning and I've been dancing ever since (well, shopping too). But now I'm sitting at the computer and it's time to share my news. Powell's said YES! They're going to stock Divide by Zero on the shelves of my local bookstore. I'm really going to see my novel there!

Now I'm dreaming of seeing it fly off the shelves...

Never satisfied, we writers...

Meanwhile, thank you, thank you, thank you Powell's, and thank you, thank you, thank you to the dear friend who ordered a copy from there.

Divide by Zero:


It takes a subdivision to raise a child, and a wealth of threads to weave a tapestry, until one breaks.
Troy, the garage mechanic’s son, loves Lydia, the rich man’s daughter. Amethyst has a remarkable cat and Andrea a curious accent. Old Abigail knows more than anyone else but doesn’t speak. And in Paradise Park a middle-aged man keeps watch while autistic Amelia keeps getting lost.
Pastor Bill, at the church of Paradise, tries to mend people. Peter mends cars. But when that fraying thread gives way it might take a child to raise the subdivision—or to mend it.

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and, as soon as they truck the copies in, from my local Powell's!
 

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