Saturday, March 28, 2009

Author Sherry Morris Guest Blogging about Her Amazon Breakthrough Entry Today

Today, I have author Sherry Morris stopping by to talk about her romantic suspense novel, Inappropriate.

A romantic suspense novel, Inappropriate, by Sherry Morris, is one of only eighteen romances to make the quarterfinals in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award. Download this FREE Amazon Short at AMAZON.

Here's what they're saying about it:"Inappropriate is a wonderful whodunit, with one of the greatest opening lines ever-"I hate discovering dead bodies." A body washes ashore and immediately we're thrown into the protagonists internal monologue full of sex, frustration, longing, mother issues and career angst. So much kaos too little time. The next day she and a group of mystery writers leave on a writing vacation/workshop with the wife of a noted televangelist on his train going from crusade to crusade. This set up is SO good, I can't wait to see what will happen next. The writing is brilliant. Equal parts quality storytelling in a classic neurotic smart ass voice.This excerpt is brilliantly done and I've reserved a place on my shelf for the finished product."

"A mystery novel writer who gets herself in the thick of it is bound to entertain. The writing style is vivid and crisp. The character voice is strong, tough and at times down right sassy. Love to read more about the heroine here because to me she is the real star of the story. The book seems like a grown up Nancy Drew, but Nancy Drew never had such an attitude."

"Inappropriate" by Sherry Morris starts with Sandra Faire, a 23-year-old aspiring mystery writer, finding a dead body on Cocoa Beach before leaving on a vacation, a writing conference aboard a train. Her brother is a conductor and her mom tags along. The excerpt is full of humor and hints of a romance to come between Sandra and hottie Lieutenant Frank DiMattina. This was a fun excerpt to read. I think this romantic suspense novel will be an adventure on the rails, complete with murder and hilarity."

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Sherry Morris said...

Thanks so much for hosting me, Pam. You are such a wonderful friend :)

Morgan Mandel said...

Sounds very unique and fun.

Morgan Mandel