BROKEN TRUST

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GIVEAWAY NEWS!

My latest book, BROKEN TRUST, will be releasing on March 17. To celebrate I’m giving away Amazon gift cards. There’s more info on that at the end of the post, but first…let’s talk about BROKEN TRUST.

Life is all about choices…and consequences.

Chryssie Mason longs to soar like a butterfly, but a lifetime of bad choices has kept her in the caterpillar stage. After years of struggling, her dreams are finally within her grasp. Her only goal is to graduate from nursing school so she can have a better life—so she can morph into a butterfly.

With her final exam only days away, she witnesses a murder. A butterfly would call the police, but she decides to take the easy way out…once again. Life has taught her to never trust anyone, especially herself. With her freedom and her very life at risk, it’s time to trust.

And that choice changes everything.

 

GIVEAWAY INFORMATION:

To celebrate the release of BROKEN TRUST, I’m giving away five $5 Amazon Gift Cards. All you have to do is leave a comment on this post or any of the other Broken Trust posts and you’re entered. Easy Peasy! And because I’m such a nice person, if you tell me that you’ve shared this post on Facebook, Twitter, or another social media site, I’ll give you a second entry. Last day to enter will be April 1–no fooling!

Don’t know what to say–here’s a question: How do you choose a book to read–the cover; the title; the blurb about the book or something else?

GOD BLESS & GOOD READING!

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31 thoughts on “BROKEN TRUST

  1. Oh my, I’m behind in reading your books. I must remedy that as soon as I can. Thanks for writing such great stories.

  2. Covers tend to draw my eye when I am at a bookstore and then I read the blurb. I shared on my fb page and twitter 🙂

  3. The cover seems like such a good fit for the story.

    As for choosing a book; I tend to ask my daughter. WOM is powerful.

  4. Sometimes I start with the author — especially if I am reading a series. Other times the cover may intrigue me enough to read the blurb about the book. Also, recommendations from friends may get me to read a book I would perhaps not otherwise look at.

  5. Hello. I choose books from various methods. Authors, genre, book covers, recommendations from friends and family and sometimes just because I read a review of a book. 🙂 Yes, I shared this post on my Facebook page. 🙂

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