Sunday, July 1, 2012

July 4th Giveaway

In honor of the holiday and my new book release, MISSING, I will be giving away two copies of the Kindle edition of the book on July 4th. To enter, simply leave a comment telling me what the holiday means to you or how you celebrate. Be sure to leave your email address!


Here's a page from the book to whet your appetite:

Who had taken that photo? A friend?
Her voice cracked. “When we turned eighteen, we married. It was almost expected.”
Married. He started, stunned, and his heartbeat pounded loudly in his ears. Why didn’t I think of that? 
“I’m sorry. I just couldn’t tell you. It is still painful. You see, He went to Vietnam and never came home. He is missing.” Her finger stroked along the edge of the page, slowly tracing the curve of his jaw.
Stephen watched spellbound. Her hand pressed flat against John’s chest as if grasping for what wasn’t there, and she trembled. 
He gulped. Here was her love for another man. Her husband. 
How could this be? 
With a sigh, she again turned the page. In this photo, she wore a long, white gown. Her face shone radiant, and John clutched her waist, his face buried in her neck.
Shaking, Stephen moved his gaze to the opposite page where a photograph of two hands displayed shiny gold bands atop a bed of creamy lace.
“I love him,” she said.
His heart sagged.
 “I will always love him. I love him like the protector, the best friend, he is. He is so wise, so strong.”
Is. Stephen’s blood swished in his ears. 
It all made sense now - her hesitation, her discomfort at the mention of Vietnam, her inability to talk. Here was Adele’s devotion and longing.
His blood ran cold. I love his wife. I kissed his wife.
Once again, she flipped the page, and Stephen flinched. What is it? What do I see?
Suzanne Williams Photography
Florida, USA

Suzanne Williams is a native Floridian, wife, and mother, with a penchant for spelling anything, who happens to love photography.

1 comment:

Jolene Gabbard said...

A day in celebration of our country's independence means a reflection of something historical, our freedom. This is what people in foreign lands long for, or simply know do not know it exists. On this day, we celebrate with good food, our family and friends. This time of year allows us to be outdoors and be festive while closing the day with loud booms and sparkling fireworks.
- thank you for posting some of the book. Excited already.

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