These days I can't crash at night without clearing reality off the mental deck and replacing it with some good fiction. You too? Or maybe you're home schooling, and you know the value of setting the pleasure reading example for your little class during the free reading period.
During trying times I find that nothing relieves stress like a good novel. I'm glad publishers are offering great deals on books that we can add to our virtual libraries while we keep our sometimes mind-numbing social distance.
Good news! BUT THAT WAS YESTERDAY is an award-winner that I've revised a bit--mainly for style, but writers are never quite satisfied. Sometimes editors have to pry the manuscript out of our hands. Anyway, here's the pitch: Sage Parker is starting over after losing everything he had and everyone he loved. He has no one to blame but himself, so he's trying to make amends, finding his way step by step. Working road construction to pay the bills while he rebuilds his ranch, the last thing he needs is a do-gooder to complicate his progress. Especially when she’s his boss.
On sale for $.99 through the end of August, BUT THAT WAS YESTERDAY is available through all the big online retailers at the sale price. Check out some of the reader comments, especially on Goodreads and Amazon. You'll find links at www.kathleeneagle.com. Here's Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/But-That-Yesterday-Kathleen-Eagle-ebook/dp/B00XZZ24TC
I hope and pray for safety and good health for you and your family. I look forward to the day when we can safely put our masks away and enjoy our neighbors' smiles.