My writing buddy Niamh Murphy is here today! I’m wiggling in my seat as I type this introduction. Niamh is super cool. She penned a lesfic novel about pirates. You can’t get much cooler than that, can you? Her novel Escape to Pirate Island is one of the novels discounted for the Fall in Love…
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Author K’Anne Meinel launches her new book ‘Vetted’ on Amazon
After the success of her books, ‘Doctored’, ‘Lawyered’, ‘Small Town Angel’, ‘Veil of Silence’ and many others, author K’Anne Meinel has announced the launch of her latest book ‘Vetted’ on Amazon.com. The book has already started to receive great response from the readers. “loved the scene in the cafe where the two main characters entered into their partnership, and, how their love turned into something that would surely stand the test of time. Personally, there’s nothing sexier than a barefoot gal in shorts, and a tee, with a rifle over her shoulder, a pistol strapped to her waist and the willingness to use both to protect those and the things she loves. Great story. Highly recommended”, says one of the users on Amazon.com.
Vetted brings much delight to fiction and drama book lovers who love a bit of adventure. The story revolves around Alyssa, a young college student living her life to please her upper-crust family who wants her to take business courses to join her father’s business and marry the right man. However, Alyssa wants to do something different and take a course that speaks to her heart but her family is unwilling to support her in doing that. The story follows the life of Alyssa, a woman born into a well-to-do family yet yearning for freedom to do what she wants to do because such wealth comes with strings that she doesn’t want.
Fiona is another lead character in the story who is an older, established woman and a veterinarian working with an aim to start her own animal practice. The story takes a swift turn when a young woman arrives at her doorstep one night carrying a dog she may have fatally injured with her car, leaving Fiona thrown for a loop.
Vetted is an unexpected story about two women who goes through a life that they did not anticipate but learn that they wanted it desperately. The story description surely leaves the readers wanting for more and picking up the book to see what the whole suspense was about. Will their families, the fates, and rustlers finally bring these women to their knees? The only way they can survive is to stand strong together, but are they both ready to fight for what they want? Only time will tell”. The author known for her intriguing and sensuous plots in her books brings another exciting book for the readers.
About Author- Author K’Anne Meinel is a bestselling author, having over 92 published works including novels, short stories, and novellas. She was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and raised in Oconomowoc. She reflects the love for her home state in her stories by mentioning the beautiful and realistic backgrounds set in Wisconsin. She is also known as the lesbian Danielle Steel of her time and a versatile writer who brings a variety of fiction genre books.
Company: Shadoe Publishing, LLC
Country: United States
Get your attention? Well, it’s an impossibility that at the esteemed age of fifty that I would be expecting. Also, I happen to be a lesbian and unless my girlfriend wants to do some heavy explaining about how this could possibly happen, I’m pretty sure I’m not gonna worry about it in the least. Also, my ‘baby’ is 27 and I’m pretty sure this baby fat I’m trying to lose, isn’t gonna go away at this point…
Explaining this to doctors and nurses whose duty it is to ask the question, “Could you possibly be pregnant?” always elicits the humor inside me as I make them squirm. I do point out the age factor (which, as the National Enquirer and other tabloids will tell you, IS possible. Also, my doctor has told me about fifty-year-old’s who have had happy accidents at this point in their life.) I hope to never have to worry about that. The lesbian factor alone assures me that my birth-control methods should be safe, lol. Plus, the fact that I’ve chemo and radiation should assure me that I’m sterile, but they did warn that the body is a wondrous healing organism and the forced menopause I went through in my thirties, fighting cancer, wasn’t enough. In my forties, I went and had an ablation for the return of my period and the doctor KEPT warning me I could STILL get pregnant. It actually angered me as I had told her of my lesbian status. Instead, she kept harping on not only the fact that I could get pregnant, but that I could become pregnant when (not if) I was sexually assaulted (nice phrasing for RAPE~!). To shut her up, I finally asked, ‘Do I have THAT to look forward to?” It made her uncomfortable enough that she stopped harping on it and finally agreed to the procedure. I’m still rolling my eyes on that.
The thing is, when you expect things, and the unexpected happens…which, is life…you can either learn to roll with the punches or fight against it. I find it an adventure to see what’s about to happen next. My books do that for me, I never know initially where they are going to take me or what they are going to say and do as my characters take over and I write avidly to find out. I too am a reader, I can’t wait to see what they are going to do or say.
Fortunately for me, my characters talk a lot, in fact, I’m seriously considering writing a VETTED II as there are a lot of things that can still happen to these two, including, the subject of this blog, expecting. So, expect some more from this exciting new adventure…
If you get a chance, check out my current offering:
And, look for this one, later this fall:
The prolific K’Anne Meinel is here today. Woot! She’s offering free copies of Vetted, her latest release. One winner will be selected by I Heart Lesfic. To enter the giveaway hosted by I Heart Lesfic, scroll to the bottom of this post for details. There will be two additional winners, but you have to act […]
Thirty odd years ago (yeah, I can’t believe I can say that either) my mother bought me a luggage set as a birthday/graduation/xmas present. It was pretty expensive then (especially for my mom) and I have to say I have gotten a lot of use out of it. For roughly $100-$150 I got a complete Samsonite set.
And, after 30 some years of traveling (I lived out of them for a couple of years) they really have stood the test of time.
What happened to the days where you bought something and knew it would last? Remember the days where Samsonite had those commercials where chimpanzee’s, monkey’s, and apes threw the cases around? They really did/do last. Okay, it was American Tourister (do they still exist?) but, you get my drift…
I’m sad to say that other cases I’ve added have never lasted as long. This set, pictured above is still going fairly strong. I have one or two pieces I never use anymore (makeup case) and I’ve learned to downsize, but the same basic three pieces are still alive. I’ve lost the pull strap for the big one which still has working wheels, you can see wear and tear on the edges, and today I found a hole through one of them as I pack for the GCLS con in Chicago. Still, quality LASTS. So does a GOOD story. It stick’s with you for a LONG time, even after the book has become frayed and worn away.
We are living in a time where people dispose of their possessions far too easily. A book, a story that sticks with you, makes you want to read over and over again, is priceless. So take a moment and think over those you have enjoyed. Check out mine if you haven’t, and if you have, please leave a review….you never know who you might influence and they can have the same enjoyment of the story that you had.
If you are at GCLS this next week, please say hello to me. If I look a bit confused it’s because I have the memory of a goldfish and while your name might ring a bell, the bell’s clapper may have been muffled…Facebook friends and others have a tendency to make me look as though I don’t remember anyone, but I do, and I have a long memory for the oddest things…so take a chance and give me a hug (I really don’t bite (despite the fangs)…hard), talk to me, and ask me for a lesbian membership card! Lol! Who knows when/where we will meet again! See you all there!
Has it really been a YEAR since Washington DC and GCLS? Where has the time gone? REALLY? I traveled a lot since then, bought a few new computers, got a new SUV, wrote a few books (you didn’t miss THAT did you?) and here we are again! Another event. This year it’s in Chicago which is cool because it’s only 5 hour (depending on traffic) or so from the Northwoods where I hole up in my cave *depending on if I’m writing. This hermit is coming out of the cave for this event. Be sure to stop by the Shadoe Publishing booth as seen here from last year.
You couldn’t possibly miss my red hat could you?
Ask me for a Lesbian Membership card! I laminated a few too for you die-hards who need a card! lol!
Oh, and I’m bringing PLENTY of books too, got the first loads in the back of my new SUV:
Yeah, those are HEAVY…I will have to either get a bigger SUV or a trailer soon!
All joking aside, Shadoe Publishing has two booths this year as always and we would LOVE to see you. I’ll be on a panel with some very nice authors on Thursday, and, of course around for the author signings…or, if you can’t be there for that, buy a book and hunt me down with my red fedora or my light up shoes!
Because, well, as you know, I don’t like to draw attention to myself, bahahahahahah!
C’mon, you know you want to give me a hug, get a picture, and I want to see you all there too! Don’t be shy! I don’t bite…hard. BTW, if you post a picture of me and you on Facebook from the conference, I want you to tag me! I’ll even consider GIVING you a book for doing that!
See you there!