Hey Everyone!! :-)
I've got Trisha Sugarek in my APC spotlight, today! Trisha is an active and supportive member of the Authors-Professional Co-op Facebook group and her contemporary women's fiction novel, Wild Violets, looks great! Here's the description:
It’s the roaring twenties in San Francisco, a decade famous for hot jazz and bath tub gin. Violet is a beautiful, single woman with children of her own. She has left her small home town in the Pacific Northwest to pursue a successful basketball career and with her earnings, she bought a bar and grill. She is a ‘flapper’ in every sense of the word; working all day and playing all night. While her teenage daughter raises her seven year old son, Violet is out on the town with her latest man de’jour. Dressed in her signature red dress, she is the toast of the town and owner of a speakeasy where she hosts the cream of San Francisco’s society, city politicians, bishops, and Hollywood celebrities.If you think this sounds like a story you'd enjoy, go ahead and grab your copy here:
But there is an underbelly of corruption, grifters, the mob, excess, and neglect in Violet’s life. Her two children are an afterthought and she chooses her men over their well being time and time again. Their childhood needs are always trumped by her self-indulgent desires. The two children are possessions that she can put down or pick up again on a whim, showing them off to her current beau or friends and then forgotten. And when they get in her way, she gets rid of them.
Thank you all so much for stopping by! Happy reading! :-)