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AND Now What'sThis with Karen Lenfesty
What's the title?
"A Sister's Promise"
What's the genre?
What's the setting?
It's set in the fictional small
town of Foxworth, Indiana.
What are the names of your leading characters?
My leading characters are sisters, Kate and Joely.
What things do you want to share about each of the characters named?
Kate is a school counselor who loves kids but is afraid to have any of her own, partly because of genetics (her mother died young from an undiagnosed condition).
Joely always wanted to have children, but is single and needs a medical treatment that will probably leave her infertile. She refuses unless Kate reconsiders her stance on motherhood. The problem is that Kate agreed to a childless marriage. A sister's promise, a wife's promise. . .Kate must break one.
What can you tell us about the story in 3-5 sentences?
Kate Hopper can list a million reasons why she doesn’t have kids. No, more like reasons why she shouldn’t have kids: genetics, a dysfunctional family,
and ultimately, the fear that she wasn’t cut out to be June Cleaver or Carol Brady or Claire Huxtable. TV moms always made it. TV moms always make it look so easy, but Kate knows better.
How's it end ?
Oops don't answer that. How's is not a What's question I guess to learn more about the story and how it ends your readers need to buy the book. So tells us where can we buy your book(s).
"A Sister's Promise" is available on Amazon (www.tinyurl.com/sisterspromise) and an excerpt is
available at www.karensnovels.com
Karen invites you to check this out.
This is the first of three novels. I also recently released a novella,
which has been
described as a "sweet read with depth".
It will be available for free on Amazon this weekend.
The link for
"Made for Two" is www.tinyurl.com/madefortwo
Thank you Karen Lenfestey for letting us learn more about your writing.
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