Posted Wed, 06/01/11
I vacillated between the contract offer and doing it solo for a few weeks. Time and inevitable delay became the deciding factor for me, so I chose to go forward with Mind Sweeper on my own.
That being said, I don't want to take anything away from the books in the Collective Obsessions Saga. Needless to say, I'm very proud of the work and anxious to see all eight titles released in due course.
Now on with Mind Sweeper...
The book is available in both Kindle (Amazon) and Nook-Book (Barnes & Noble) editions. The cover model was taken by photographer Arlen Roche, which is a rather a stunning fictional rendition of the main character in the story.
Speaking of story, Mind Sweeper is described as follows:
Newly-widowed Beth Mills accepts an outpouring of sympathy from her community after a freak mining accident takes the life of her husband, Aaron.
Unbeknownst to anyone, she is secretly delighted that her cruel husband is lost to her, but never expects his vicious ghost to return and haunt her in more ways than one.
As always, I'm interested in feedback from any and all who may read the book and have something to say about it, good or bad.
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