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Saturday, August 12, 2017

Not Your Ordinary Love Story by Charmaine Gordon

Recently I wrote a story titled A Leg Up On Sisyphus. Why I don't know. Just one one those moments. I'd finished one book followed by another and got carried away with Greek Myths. I sent it to a friend in Chicago for comment. I do believe I'll have to marry her after reading the glowing review although my hubs may not approve. She suggested I write two more short myths in the same vein and send them to Textbook Summaries. Unfamiliar to me. I do believe, in the long run, I'll send them to my publisher and get her opinion.

On the bright side, my book, Beware the Blue Eyed Thunderbolt should be coming out relatively soon. Hysteria here combined with excitement. You see, when I fell last year, my head was damaged and caused an inability to think straight. I'm just beginning to focus properly.Walking is still a problem so I struggle along. The main thing is I keep smiling and I'm hopeful.

Here's a blurb from Beware the Blue Eyed Thunderbolt:

A chance meeting at the Veterinarian's office brings to blue eyed people together. Julie Malone finds an invitation to dinner from the attractive doctor with a schnauzer and a romance begins. She calls her best friend for advice who tells her don't go out so soon with a stranger. Julie, so attracted to the man, makes up her own mind. He confesses that he's just adopted his two nieces because his sister died. She wants to run away fast and so the story begins. Tune in next time for a terrific story and see how it turns out.

Charmaine Gordon

5 comments:

Cara Marsi said...

Your story sounds sweet.Good luck and congratulations.

Paris said...

So glad to hear that you're getting back into the swing of things! I will stay tuned-in:)

Charmaine Gordon said...

Thanks, Cara and Paris, so much for your interest in my progress and yippee! a new book. I appreciate every bit of friendship from this wonderful group. Marianne got me started and here I am, , cane and all.

Melissa Keir said...

Sounds like a wonderful tale. After all, kids and dogs! Whoot!

Charmaine Gordon said...

There's no end to what we can do. Right? Thanks, Melissa. I just started book 2 titled Achilles, What a Heel.

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