Courtney Pierce is an awesome story teller – she must be writing from real life because the book is so believable and relatable. Three sisters who finally bond in their mid-life years tell an intriguing, interesting story that’s woven with unexpected twists and turns – laugh out loud stuff.Susan Golden
Courtney paints a picture of New England and the adventures of the sisters that makes you feel that you are along for the ride. I laughed, I cried, and I thoroughly enjoyed my ride.Steven Winton
I honestly haven’t read a book for pleasure for over 8 years. Upon the recommendation of a friend, i purchased this book and absolutely loved it! I couldn’t put it down. Great writing and character development. Was thrilled to find out there is a 2nd book coming. Can’t wait!.David Brian Mitchell
A delightful second peek into the boomer generation. Couldn’t put it down. Can’t wait for 3rd book.H.B. Dupre
My article on the Romancing the Genres blog spotlights the epidemic of Gray Divorce among boomers. The piece caused quite a stir after I posted it. While I never thought divorce would be part of my life, I move forward with wisdom and humor. Check out “My Life-Changing Event – The BIG One!” that posted on 8/22/16.
The third and final book of the Dushane Sisters Trilogy, titled Indigo Legacy, is nearly complete. And it’ll have a whopper of an ending. The painting for the cover will be revealed this fall. More information is coming soon!
INDIGO LAKE IS AVAILABLE NOW!
Order your e-book version today. The release date is March 15th
E-books are available here: https://gum.co/IndigoLake
Print Books are available here: Amazon CreateSpace
Indigo Lake is available in both Print and E-book formats on Amazon and most major online outlets. All of my books are available at Jan’s Paperbacks in Aloha, Another Read Through in North Portland, and at Reader’s Guide Bookstore in Salem.
I’m pleased to share that The Executrix, book one of the Dushane Sisters Trilogy, was accepted as a feature selection in Library Journal’s curated SELF-e collections. It will be shared with subscribing libraries across the U.S. on BiblioBoard Library.
For those of you who follow baby boomer fiction, check out my blog articles on ROMANCING THE GENRES. Every fourth Monday of the month, I post articles and short stories about middle-age life and writing, There are 30 writers who contribute to the blog that spans the genres of romance, mystery, suspense, and non-fiction. Check in with us at: http://romancingthegenres.blogspot.com/
Got a great review of The Executrix by Pat Wilkins for West Side Newspaper in Salem, OR. This quote is priceless:
” . . . The Executrix is one of those books hard to put down, something like your eyeballs being attached to it with Gorilla Glue. You’ll like this first of a planned trilogy and perhaps so much so you’ll impatiently await the successive volumes.“
Boomer Lit gets a boost! Check out my author interview with NIWA:
You’ll now be able to purchase my books at Reader’s Guide Bookstore in Salem, OR. I’m so excited to develop this new relationship!
If you’re going to Wordstock on Saturday, November 5th, in Portland (and what writer isn’t, right?), then stop by the Willamette Writers table in the book purchasing area. I’ll be there with my latest two books from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
I’ll be at the fall Home and Garden Show at the Portland Expo Center October 7-9 with over 20 local authors. Come by the Book Garden area. I’ll be signing and shaking hands. Check the calendar area of this site for all the details.