Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Make Believe Blog Tour
Okay, I think I got my act together to tell you about Lynda's new story.
Lynda Young’s short story titled Birthright, published by J. Taylor Publishing in the Make Believe anthology, launched a couple of days ago. Make Believe is currently available in e-book format and includes Paranormal Romance and Fantasy stories inspired by the image on the cover. Congratulations, Lynda!
Birthright by Lynda Young
Christa can mask the pain and hide the scars, but running from a birthright is impossible.
She’s tried to escape her grief by fleeing to a small town in Florida. Much to her frustration, the locals think they recognize her even though she's never been there before. To make things worse, a man named Jack spouts outrageous theories about her.
Both spur Christa to bolt, to start fresh yet again, but there’s something about Jack that intrigues her enough to stay. The only problem? Someone else wants her to leave, and they won’t stop until she’s dead.
LyndaYoung lives in Sydney, Australia, with her sweetheart of a husband who is her rock, and a cat who believes world domination starts in the home. She writes speculative short stories and is currently writing novels for young adults. In her spare time she also dabbles in photography and all things creative. You can find her here: Blog, Twitter, Facebook, and Goodreads
Purchase Make Believe: J Taylor Publishing, Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
Lynda, way to go! You are an amazing writer and I'm so excited for you!
One quick story before I go:
Do you remember how my kids were making fun of me for being a psychotic basket case musician after we went to see the Cincinnati Symphony perform Beethoven's Ninth Symphony? Well, guess what? My daughter actually asked me to teach her a new song on the piano. (She hasn't wanted to learn anything for about three years!) I taught her Ode to Joy, which is the theme from Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. She practiced it for a half hour. (My husband of course, came in and complained about it, ranting about Beethoven being a senile old guy.)
Later, after I had practiced the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto, I heard my son humming the melody from the second movement.
I think there may be hope for them!