Saturday, March 3, 2012

Facelift, No Botox

In the paper era, books remained the same.  A new edition might have a couple changes but nothing major.
In the digital era, books can be changed and should be if the creator thinks that's appropriate.

This morning I woke up and had a better title for Fling so I changed the title, changed the cover and changed the description.  Those things seem more of a reflection of the story now.


When Jemima Blume was a small girl, she and her best friend prayed for their perfect partners.  Ariel believed the prayer would be answered and for her, it was.  Jemima, with all her family disruption, wounds and hurt, opened her hand letting all hopes and prayers drift away.
Until the day she meets Jay Gold.  She loves him immediately and fully.  That’s not a possible love.  It’s intriguing and dramatic yet not believable.  It is the stuff of little girls’ dreams and old wives’ tales.
Jay finds Jem irresistible and is drawn deeper into the relationship while the rest of the town seems to lose its collective mind.  Ever the scientist, Jay wants proof her love is real.  It’s not something Jem can prove so she lets him go.
But once a prayer is answered, there’s not much you can do about it.

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